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Number 16 - Reporting Air Carriers and Reportable Airports

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Research and Innovative Technology Administration
Bureau of Transportation Statistics
Office of Airline Information
Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 234
Amended, Technical Directive #16
Issue Date: October 31, 2007
Effective Date: January 1, 2008


Hawaiian Airlines will be required to submit Airline Service Quality Performance Reports, while Pinnacle Airlines has fallen below the one-percent scheduled domestic passenger revenue threshold and is no longer required to report (14 CFR 234.3).  The reportable airports list is unchanged for 2008.

For calendar year 2008, the 18 reporting air carriers are:

American Eagle
Atlantic Southeast
ExpressJet Airlines d/b/a Continental Express
US Airways

Also, Aloha Airlines will report as a volunteer air carrier.


  1. The reportable airports with respect to which data must be submitted to the U.S. Department of Transportation (Department) are those airports located in the 48 contiguous states enplaning one percent or more of the industry's domestic scheduled-service passengers, as reported on the Form 41 Schedule T-100 for the 12 months ended June 30.  Each year, the Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) lists the reportable airports based on the T-100 market enplanement data.  For calendar year 2008, there are 32 reportable airports:
Atlanta – Hartsfield - JacksonATL   
Baltimore/Wash. Int'l Thurgood MarshallBWI
Boston - Logan InternationalBOS  
Charlotte - DouglasCLT 
Chicago - Midway MDW
Chicago - O'HareORD 
Cincinnati - Greater CincinnatiCVG 
Dallas-Fort Worth InternationalDFW 
Denver - InternationalDEN
Detroit - Metro Wayne CountyDTW
Fort Lauderdale Hollywood InternationalFLL
Houston - George Bush International IAH  
Las Vegas - McCarran InternationalLAS
Los Angeles InternationalLAX 
Miami InternationalMIA
Minneapolis-St. Paul InternationalMSP  
Newark Liberty InternationalEWR 
New York - JFK InternationalJFK 
New York - LaGuardiaLGA 
Oakland InternationalOAK
Orlando InternationalMCO
Philadelphia InternationalPHL
Phoenix - Sky Harbor InternationalPHX  
Portland InternationalPDX
Salt Lake City InternationalSLC
San Diego Intl. Lindbergh FieldSAN
San Francisco InternationalSFO
Seattle-Tacoma InternationalSEA
St. Louis Lambert InternationalSTL
Tampa InternationalTPA
Washington - Reagan NationalDCA
Washington – Dulles InternationalIAD
  1. The reportable flight operations for which data must be submitted to the Department are all scheduled nonstop domestic passenger operations by a reporting air carrier to or from any reportable airport.
  2. In addition to the required data for each reportable flight which must be submitted to the Department, a reporting carrier may also submit the required data for every other nonstop domestic passenger flight it holds out to the public pursuant to a published schedule.  In addition, any carrier not included in section A of this Technical Directive may voluntarily become a reporting carrier and submit Form 234 for its reportable flights for every nonstop domestic passenger flight it holds out to the public pursuant to a published schedule, provided that the BTS Assistant Director, Airline Information (AI), is advised beforehand.  Such voluntary data must be submitted for a minimum of 12 consecutive months.  The voluntary submission must 
    meet the exact reporting specifications set forth in this directive.  Volunteering carriers that wish to discontinue reporting after one year must advise the Assistant Director, AI, a minimum of 30 days before discontinuance, so that the necessary changes can be made to the Department's data programs.
  3. Changes in reporting air carriers and reportable airports will be made as necessary by the Assistant Director, AI, under authority delegated in § 385.19 of the Department's regulations.

M. Clay Moritz

M. Clay Moritz, Jr.
Acting Assistant Director
Office of Airline Information