Each day this year The Blue Swan Daily uses the extensive insights available to CAPA – Centre for Aviation members to deliver a data snapshot on the world’s largest airlines and airports. Today, we feature British Airways (IATA: BA; ICAO: BAW), the national carrier of the United Kingdom and a subsidiary of publicly-listed International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG).
ROUTE MAP (w/c 30-Apr-2018)
DESTINATIONS (w/c 30-Apr-2018)
CAPACITY SPLIT BETWEEN DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS (w/c 30-Apr-2018)
LARGEST NETWORK POINT BY CAPACITY (w/c 30-Apr-2018)
BUSIEST DOMESTIC MARKETS BY CAPACITY (w/c 30-Apr-2018)
INTERNATIONAL MARKET CAPACITY BREAKDOWN BY COUNTRY (w/c 30-Apr-2018)
BUSIEST INTERNATIONAL MARKETS BY CAPACITY (w/c 30-Apr-2018)
AVERAGE FLIGHT LENGTH (w/c 30-Apr-2018)
FLEET LISTING (w/c 30-Apr-2018)
AVERAGE FLEET AGE (w/c 30-Apr-2018)
ANNUAL CAPACITY GROWTH (2012 – 2017)
ANNUAL TRAFFIC GROWTH (2009 – 2016)
MONTHLY CAPACITY TRENDS AND SEASONALITY
GROUP FINANCIALS - OPERATING REVENUES (2010 –2016)
GROUP FINANCIALS - NET PROFITS (2009 – 2016)
SHARE PERFORMANCE - INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES GROUP (last six months)
SHARE PERFORMANCE - INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES GROUP (last three years)
British Airways branded operations are also flown in Scandinavia and out of South Africa through franchise partnerships with Sun-Air and Comair and appear in the above analysis. Meanwhile, BA CityFlyer (IATA: CJ; ICAO: CFE), a wholly-owned subsidiary of British Airways, operates flights out of London City and also more recently from regional UK airports using its Embraer regional jet fleet.
FLEET LISTING (w/c 23-Apr-2018)
AVERAGE FLEET AGE (w/c 23-Apr-2018)
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