THE AIRLINE PERSPECTIVE: Guatemala

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THE AIRLINE PERSPECTIVE: Guatemala

Every week The HUB provides statistics highlighting airline and airport activity in an individual domestic and international market.  Alongside looking at the market's historical development over the past 30 years, we take the following week's schedule as a snapshot and compare weekly seat capacity with the previous year, showing which airlines and airports are growing and which are constraining.

The data is all supplied by OAG from its OAG Analyser network analysis tool.

GUATEMALA DOMESTIC AIR SERVICES (non-stop weekly departures)

Rank

Airline

Weekly Flights

Weekly Seats

% Capacity

% Change (2012)

1

Aviateca (GU)

28

1,344

100.0 %

0.0 %

(Others)

-

-

-

 

TOTAL

28

1,344

-

0.0 %

 

GUATEMALA INTERNATIONAL AIR SERVICES (non-stop weekly departures)

Rank

Airline

Weekly Flights

Weekly Seats

% Capacity

% Change (2012)

1

LACSA (LR)

36

4,703

17.1 %

(-8.1) %

2

American Airlines (AA)

29

4,640

16.9 %

3.6 %

3

Copa Airlines (CM)

40

4,240

15.5 %

(-17.3) %

4

United Airlines (UA)

17

2,669

9.7 %

(-15.0) %

5=

TACA International (TA)

23

2,520

9.2 %

(-17.3) %

5=

Delta Air Lines (DL)

14

2,520

9.2 %

0.0 %

7

Aeromexico Connect (5D)

21

1,883

6.9 %

35.9 %

8

Iberia (IB)

4

1,180

4.3 %

0.0 %

9

InterJet (4O)

7

1,127

4.1 %

0.0 %

10

Aerorepublica (P5)

7

742

2.7 %

40.0 %

(Others)

17

1,204

4.4 %

(-8.0) %

TOTAL

215

27,428

-

(-5.3) %

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