Airport traffic data presented in an interactive visualization, updated through 2018.
This visualization holds data from TranStats, a service of the Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS), which is the independent statistical agency within the United States Department of Transportation (DOT). While monthly data is available, this visualization holds annual totals.
The nearby example shows data starting in 2010 for the nation (blue lines) and Wichita. The visualization holds data for all U.S. airports with scheduled flights.
A few observations regarding Wichita airport traffic as compared to the nation:
- Since 2014, passenger traffic (departing passengers) at the Wichita airport is higher, but traffic for the nation as a whole is much higher.
- The number of scheduled departures has been declining in Wichita, while increasing for the nation after a decline.
- The number of available seats on departing flights from Wichita has been mostly level, while rising sharply for the nation.
- Load factor for Wichita has been rising, while level and declining slightly for the nation.
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