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NameT-100 International Segment (US Carriers Only)
DescriptionThis table contains international non-stop segment data reported by U.S. carriers, including carrier, origin, destination, aircraft type and service class for transported passengers, freight and mail, available capacity, scheduled departures, departures performed, aircraft hours, and load factor when at least one point of service is in the United States or one of its territories. International flight data is released 3 months after domestic data. Flights with both origin and destination in a foreign country are not included.
Records924,224
Fields43
First Year1990
Last Year2014
FrequencyMonthly
Latest Available DataMarch, 2014
  
TermsDefinitions
Air FreightProperty, other than express and passenger baggage transported by air.
Air TimeThe airborne hours of aircraft computed from the moment an aircraft leaves the ground until it touches the ground at the end of a flight stage.
Aircraft ConfigurationThe type of payload an aircraft was designed to carry: passenger, cargo, or both.
Airline IDAn identification number assigned by US DOT to identify a unique airline (carrier). A unique airline (carrier) is defined as one holding and reporting under the same DOT certificate regardless of its Code, Name, or holding company/corporation. Use this field for analysis across a range of years.
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.
Airport IDAn identification number assigned by US DOT to identify a unique airport. Use this field for airport analysis across a range of years because an airport can change its airport code and airport codes can be reused.
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.
City Market IDAn identification number assigned by US DOT to identify a city market. Use this field to consolidate airports serving the same city market.
Departures PerformedTakeoffs made at an airport. (same as Completed Departures)
Departures ScheduledTakeoffs scheduled at an airport, as set forth in published schedules. (same as Scheduled Departures)
MileA statute mile (5,280 feet). All mileage computations are based on statute miles.
PassengerAny person on board a flight who is not a member of the flight or cabin crew.
PayloadEqual to the certificated takeoff weight of an aircraft, less the empty weight, less all justifiable aircraft equipment, and less the operating load (consisting of minimum fuel load, oil, flight crew, steward's supplies, etc).
Ramp To Ramp TimeThe time computed from the moment an aircraft first moves under its own power for purposes of flight, until it comes to rest at the next point of landing.
RevenuePertaining to activities for which remuneration is received by the carrier.
Seats AvailableInstalled seats in an aircraft (including seats in lounges) exclusive of any seats not offered for sale to the public by the carrier; provided that in no instance shall any seat sold be excluded from the count of available seats.
SegmentA pair of points served or scheduled to be served by a single stage of at least one flight at any given time.
Unique CarrierUnique Carrier Code. It is the Carrier Code most recently used by a carrier. A numeric suffix is used to distinguish duplicate codes, for example, PA, PA (1), PA (2). Use this field to perform analysis of data reported by one and only one carrier.
Unique Carrier EntityUnique Carrier Entity. This field distinguishes entities used by two or more carriers with a numeric suffix, for example, 06038 and 06038 (1).
Unique Carrier NameUnique Carrier Name. It is the name most recently used by a carrier. If two or more carriers have the same most recent name, a numeric suffix is used to distinguish them, for example, Air Caribbean, Air Caribbean (1).
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.
 



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