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Number 18 - On-Time Reporting 2009

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 #17

Issue Date: October 3, 2008
Effective Date: January 1, 2009

The Bureau of Transportation Statistics is issuing this directive as the annual update to the lists of the Reportable Airports and Reporting Air Carriers.  Reportable airports accounts for 1% or more of the domestic scheduled passenger enplanements. Oakland International Airport is being dropped from the List of Reportable Airports beginning January 1, 2009.  Reporting air carriers account for 1% or more of the scheduled domestic passenger revenues.  Also carriers can volunteer to report on-time data.  There are no changes in the Reporting Air Carrier List.  For the detailed reporting instructions please refer to Technical Directive 17, which can be found at:

For calendar year 2009, there are 19 reporting air carriers:

AirTran Airways Corporation
Alaska Airlines, Inc.
American Airlines, Inc.
American Eagle Airlines, Inc
Atlantic Southeast Airlines
Comair Inc.
Continental Air Lines, Inc.
Delta Air Lines, Inc.
ExpressJet Airlines, Inc.
Frontier Airlines, Inc.
Hawaiian Airlines, Inc.
JetBlue Airways
Mesa Airlines, Inc.
Northwest Airlines, Inc.
Pinnacle Airlines, Inc. **
SkyWest Airlines, Inc.
Southwest Airlines, Co.
United Air Lines, Inc.
US Airways, Inc.

** Pinnacle Airlines is reporting as a volunteer air carrier.

For calendar year 2009, there are 31 reportable airports that meet the threshold of over 6.76 million revenue passengers.

Atlanta - Hartsfield – JacksonATL  38,946,536
Baltimore/Wash. Int’l Thurgood.MarshallBWI10,332,096
Boston - Logan InternationalBOS 11,531,788
Charlotte - DouglasCLT15,878,523
Chicago - MidwayMDW8,802,144
Chicago - O'HareORD29,613,905
Cincinnati Greater CincinnatiCVG6,881,414
Dallas-Fort Worth InternationalDFW25,439,879
Denver - InternationalDEN23,248,189
Detroit - Metro Wayne CountyDTW15,528,591
Fort Lauderdale Hollywood InternationalFLL9,836,143
Houston - George Bush InternationalIAH 16,695,341
Las Vegas - McCarran InternationalLAS20,879,690
Los Angeles InternationalLAX21,477,231
Miami InternationalMIA8,424,139
Minneapolis-St. Paul InternationalMSP 15,541,087
Newark Liberty InternationalEWR12,619,358
New York - JFK InternationalJFK12,742,779
New York - LaGuardiaLGA11,514,609
Orlando InternationalMCO16,705,663
Philadelphia InternationalPHL13,895,810
Phoenix - Sky Harbor InternationalPHX19,406,282
Portland InternationalPDX  7,039,556
Salt Lake City InternationalSLC10,157,439
St. Louis Lambert InternationalSTL6,850,437
San Diego Intl. Lindbergh FieldSAN9,205,856
San Francisco InternationalSFO13,590,744
Seattle-Tacoma InternationalSEA14,480,785
Tampa InternationalTPA9,058,024
Washington - Reagan NationalDCA8,706,255
Washington - Dulles InternationalIAD8,612,764

Any questions regarding this directive can be addressed to Bernie Stankus, who can be contacted at (202) 366-4387 or via e-mail at sends e-mail).

M. Clay Moritz

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