The Air Current

How do you visualize the health of a rapidly-changing industry? The Air Current in partnership with Visual Approach Analytics brings you the quarterly U.S. Airline Industry Visualization.

March 5, 2021: Our fourth quarter 2020 U.S. Airline Industry Visualization is NOW AVAILABLE.

Here’s a free look at our 53-page third quarter 2020 report.

The AIV is at once a valuable at-a-glance resource for understanding the trajectory of the U.S. air transport industry as it fights its way through the COVID-19 pandemic, while providing the underlying granular metrics and their historical trend. Each airline is broken down into four sections: fleet, income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow and operating statistics.

Four-quarter Subscription - $349Single-quarter Subscription - $99

The visualization goes far beyond the typical high level stats used to measure airline performance, breaking down the individual metrics that drive cash flows, revenues, operating expenses and non-operating expenses at each carrier. Each fleet report is a dashboard-style insight into the most important airline assets broken down by average age, number in service, parked and on order.

The quarterly report covers nine publicly traded U.S. airlines: Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Allegiant Air, Delta Air Lines, Hawaiian Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines and United Airlines.

The Air Current and Visual Approach are offering each report for $99 per quarter or $349 for four quarters of reports. Each report is available 10 days or less after the last airline reports. Report subscriptions — both single- and four-quarter — are automatically renewed at full price unless you opt out. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

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Jon Ostrower is Editor-in-chief of The Air Current. Prior to launching TAC in June 2018, Ostrower served as Aviation Editor for CNN Worldwide, guiding the network's global coverage of the business and operations of flying. Ostrower joined CNN in 2016 following four and half years at the Wall Street Journal. Based first in Chicago and then in Washington, D.C. he covered Boeing, aviation safety and the business of global aerospace. Before that, Ostrower was editor of the award-winning FlightBlogger for Flightglobal and Flight International Magazine covering the development of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and other new aircraft programs from 2007 to 2012. Ostrower, a Boston native, graduated from The George Washington University's School of Media and Public Affairs with a bachelor's degree in Political Communication. He is based in Seattle.

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