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Table 2: Gallons of Fuel per Block Hour by Carrier - Q1 2000 and Q4 2010

Table 2: Gallons of Fuel per Block Hour by Carrier - Q1 2000 and Q4 2010

(Data are quarterly)

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Carrier Q1 2000 Q4 2010 % Change
Legacy 1,140.1 1,132.3 -0.69
American 1,122.4 1,149.2 2.39
Continental 1,081.4 1,057.7 -2.19
Delta 1,240.1 1,149.5 -7.30
United Airlines 1,296.3 1,341.8 3.51
US Airways 829.7 888.8 7.12
Low Cost 768.5 734.9 -4.37
Jet Blue 777.2 745.4 -4.08
Frontier 749.6 1,074.1 43.28
AirTran 768.3 683.7 -11.01
Spirit 894.2 766.6 -14.27
Southwest 761.8 709.5 -6.87

NOTE: Data from TWA, Northwest, and America West are included as these carriers merged with American Airlines, Delta, and US Airways respectively. The large change in available seat miles per gallon for Frontier appears to be due to suspected misreporting of data in Q4 2010. P5.2 data is used for Q4 2010 fuel use data.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Form 41 Traffic Data T2 (U.S. Carriers) and Form 41 Financial Data Schedule P5.2 as of July 11, 2011.

Updated: Sunday, May 21, 2017