Presentation on theme: "Overview of Air Service in the Treasure Valley. Air Service Industry Overview Current Air Service & Airport Comparisons Future Opportunities Initiatives."— Presentation transcript:
Strong Competitive Environment with No Single Dominant Carrier Airline Passenger Share at Boise Southwest Alaska Delta Allegiant United USAirways
BOI Traffic/Capacity Trends YE Jul 2013 capacity down 5% with passengers down 4% = improved load factors.
2012 Airline Seats per Resident in MSAs with Populations of 550,000-750,000 City/MSA2011 MSA Population2012 SeatsSeats per Resident Fort Myers, FL631,3304,348,0316.9 Boise, ID627,6641,661,0182.6 Charleston, SC682,1211,679,5592.5 Little Rock, AR709,9011,577,6042.2 Des Moines, IA580,2551,263,6692.2 Syracuse, NY662,5531,331,4202.0 Colorado Springs, CO660,3191,110,4111.7 Greensboro NC730,9661,215,6181.7 Madison, WI576,467955,3491.7 Harrisburg, PA552,911900,5911.6 Akron, OH701,4561,139,6341.6 Wichita, KS625,526967,4551.5 Knoxville, TN704,5001,070,7391.5 Sarasota, FL709,355767,3621.1 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, PA563,223347,1760.6 Augusta, GA561,858326,7450.6 Toledo, OH650,26694,1100.1 Stockton, CA696,21470,8550.1 Youngstown, OH562,73938,3080.1
Seat Per Capita Comparisons Boise exceeds all comparison markets except Spokane in seats per capita for YE 2Q 2013.
Only 2 comparison markets have lower average fares than Boise: Spokane and Dayton. O&D Passenger and Airfare Comparisons
Year-over-Year Capacity growth will occur in every month (except March). BOI Forward Looking Schedule
Recent Announcements / Additions Increased Frequencies to Existing Hubs Non Stop Service to San Diego (Alaska Airlines) Non Stop to Salt Lake City (Alaska Airlines) Non Stop Service to Chicago Midway (Southwest Airlines) Seasonal
Things to Watch Spokane – Only Point to Point Service New Routes – San Diego and Chicago MDW New Competition – Alaska to Salt Lake City Todays Airline Environment Use It or Lose It!
Market Demand Yield per Available Seat Mile Cost per Available Seat Mile – Fuel is a major driver Aircraft Availability – size and type Route Stage Length Fit within airline business strategy Industry opportunities and challenges Airport Costs Factors Influencing Service Decisions
Future Development Opportunities Increased Frequencies to Existing Hubs Domestic Airlines Are Not Adding Net New Aircraft (Replacement) Build Service Through Increased Frequencies and Larger Aircraft Sizes One Flight at a Time
Next Steps Utilize Existing Service Provide Information on Travel Needs Support Air Service Recruitment Efforts Three Key Ways to Support Air Service
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