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file:///var/filecabinet/temp/converter_assets/24/a8/24a829e990246d3edb39b0e91a62cc2af31eb62b.xlsx OPERATING STATISTICS OF THE MAJOR US AIRLINES Table 1. Available Seat Miles (ASM) (in millions) YEAR AIRTRAN ALASKA AMERICAN DELTA JETBLUE UNITED 1999 5,467 17,881 152,918 81,106 141,285 NA 98,335 65,399 164,771 93,183 820,345 2000 5,859 17,315 167,007 86,099 147,159 1,372 103,356 59,910 175,393 93,963 857,433 2001 6,538 17,919 184,436 84,484 141,521 4,208 98,356 65,295 164,771 93,243 860,771 2002 8,256 19,360 172,093 80,126 131,140 8,240 93,417 68,887 148,698 83,381 813,598 2003 10,046 20,804 164,791 78,390 120,462 13,639 88,593 71,790 135,865 79,382 783,762 2004 11,977 22,277 173,836 84,685 129,974 18,911 91,378 76,861 144,543 83,382 837,824 2005 15,370 22,292 175,922 89,646 133,935 23,703 91,745 85,173 139,806 82,021 859,613 2006 19,007 23,278 173,945 97,666 125,480 28,594 85,603 92,663 142,779 76,983 865,998 2007 22,692 24,210 169,862 103,139 127,749 31,904 86,142 99,636 141,828 75,842 883,004 2008 23,809 24,218 163,491 102,527 128,979 32,442 83,882 103,271 135,481 74,151 872,251 Year 1999 35% 2000 18% ** Available seat miles (ASM) is equal to the number of seats available (whether occupied or not) multiplied by the number of miles flown. 2001 25% 2002 28% 2003 40% 2004 40% 2005 39% 2006 36% Table 2. Operating Costs (in $ millions) 2007 36% Year AIRTRAN ALASKA AMERICAN DELTA JETBLUE UNITED 2008 37% 1999 1,519 15,086 7,546 13,171 NA 9,099 3,954 16,609 8,258 2000 1,772 16,874 8,542 13,861 120 10,293 4,629 18,590 9,226 2001 1,828 18,197 8,313 14,183 285 10,388 4,924 19,830 9,435 Year Delta Southwest Cost Advantage 2002 1,913 19,184 7,834 13,446 530 9,935 5,104 16,937 7,834 1999 0.0932229 0.0604596401 -0.3514508963 35% 2003 2,038 18,847 7,304 15,360 829 9,460 5,455 14,951 7,183 2000 0.0941906 0.0772658988 -0.1796859961 18% 2004 2,280 19,029 10,141 16,767 1,153 11,700 5,976 16,868 7,421 2001 0.1002183 0.0754115935 -0.2475270303 25% 2005 2,424 21,008 11,202 17,309 1,641 13,211 6,764 17,546 7,425 2002 0.1025316 0.0740923541 -0.277370867 28% 2006 2,796 21,678 12,600 17,308 2,246 11,773 8,152 18,883 7,484 2003 0.1275091 0.0759855133 -0.4040776756 40% 2007 2,947 22,131 13,484 18,234 2,677 11,611 9,071 19,097 8,774 2004 0.1290027 0.0777507449 -0.3972937728 40% 2008 3,246 25,750 15,411 20,917 3,306 14,636 10,574 21,984 14,233 2005 0.1292343 0.079414838
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