The International Council of Airports of Latin America and the Caribbean and Cirium bring the report on a summary of flights and operations in the region and the world compared to 2019.
The ACI-LAC and Cirium Airport Insights Report helps airports access a summary of flight schedules, operations, and fleet utilization trends in the region and around the world. This report will help ACI-LAC members and the public to monitor the situation, identify trends, make comparisons and gain better insights, with accurate data and analysis. Download the January 2023 report now.
The total number of seats reserved in Latin America and the Caribbean was 48,891,312, which means 106.67% more than in 2019. In addition, it rose 0.05% compared to the previous month, there were 1,319,075 seats reserved per day and 28.91 minutes per day. average flight delay. Also, 27,386,397 seats were removed for domestic flights against 13,504,915 for international flights. In turn, 1,920 were the aircraft in service and 417 were stored.
Global levels for January 2023 were also high: 414,931,714 reserved seats, which translates to a volume of 95.35% compared to 2019. The increase from the previous month was 2.74%, daily reservations were 13,384,894 and the minutes of delay 31.87. In total, 270,980,272 tickets were obtained for domestic flights and 14,951,442 for international ones. The active ships were 25,009 and the inactive 6,205.
All this translates into recovery since the numbers for 2019 marked a total of 435,183,543 seats reserved in January and a total of LAC seat reservations of 38,333,352 in 2019 against 40,891,341 in January 2023.
For its part, the forecast for global seats for February 2023 is 387,163,246 and for March 446,813,856. Finally, the LAC seats have a forecast of 35,399,633 for February and 39,801,007 for March.