Remember to check www.bts.gov the first week of every month for the latest Transportation Indicators report tracking more than 300 transportation trends.
- In the July issue you would have learned that enplanements on international flights by large U.S. carriers decreased by 14 percent in April compared to a year earlier and that the 4.4 million international passengers on U.S. carriers in April were the fewest of any April since 1996.
- In the August issue you would have learned that New York-Toronto remains the most heavily traveled air route connecting the United States to the western hemisphere, although passenger
traffic remains down from previous years.
- In the September issue you would have learned that large U.S. air carriers posted an 8 percent rise in inflation-adjusted freight revenue from the second quarter of last year.