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NameSchedule E-1
DescriptionThis table contains historical information, from the first quarter of 1995, pertaining only to small carrier flights performed in non-scheduled and charter service (for scheduled service, see Form 298C(A1) or Form 298C(T1) data). These data reflect the number of enplaned passengers by departure (origin) airport, by air carrier. For more information, contact the Office of Airline Information.
First Year1995
Last Year2002
Latest Available DataJune, 2002
Air TaxiA classification of air carriers established by 14 CFR 298 which operate small aircraft, and do not hold a certificate of public convenience and necessity.
Airport CodeA three character alpha-numeric code issued by the U.S. Department of Transportation which is the official designation of the airport. The airport code is not always unique to a specific airport because airport codes can change or can be reused.
Available Seat MilesThe aircraft miles flown in each inter-airport segment multiplied by the number of seats available for revenue passenger use on that segment.
Carrier CodeCode assigned by IATA and commonly used to identify a carrier. As the same code may have been assigned to different carriers over time, the code is not always unique.
Non-Scheduled ServiceRevenue flights, such as charter flights, that are not operated in regular scheduled service.
RevenuePertaining to activities for which remuneration is received by the carrier.
Scheduled ServiceTransport service operated persuant to published flight schedules, including extra sections and related nonrevenue flights.
Small AircraftAircraft originally designed to have a maximum passenger capacity of 60 seats or less or a maximum payload capacity of 18,000 pounds or less.
Small Certificated Air CarrierAn air carrier which operates small aircraft, and holds a certificate of public convenience and necessity.
World Area Code (WAC)Numeric codes used to identify geopolitical areas such as countries, states (U.S.), provinces (Canada), and territories or possessions of certain countries. The codes are used within the various data banks maintained by the Office of Airline Information (OAI) and are created by OAI.