Airways Reporting Corporation (ARC) currently described the pursuing consolidated airline ticketing volume variances, in contrast to the same time period in 2019. These totals stand for revenue created by U.S. travel businesses* and processed through the ARC settlement process. Info figures are for the seven days ending January 10, 2021.
Tickets Issued for All Itineraries:
|7-Day Interval Ending||Ticket Variance
vs. Similar 7 days 2019
| Sales Variance
vs. Similar Week 2019
|December 27, 2020||-63.7%||-76.3%|
|January 3, 2021||-72.6%||-82.9%|
|52-7 days Common**||-64.69%||-73.16%|
Variances in Tickets Bought by Segment for All Itineraries:
|7-Day Period Ending||Company||On-line||Leisure/Other|
|December 27, 2020||-77.9%||-54.9%||-69.8%|
|January 3, 2021||-88.6%||-62.7%||-72.4%|
|52-7 days Normal**||-75.36%||-56.26%||-65.91%|
- Benefits are primarily based on weekly product sales knowledge ending January 10, 2021, from 11,363 U.S. retail and corporate journey company destinations, and on-line vacation companies. Success do not involve revenue of tickets ordered instantly from airways and are not net of refunds or exchanges.
- Full sales are equivalent to the full amount paid for a ticket, which contains taxes and costs.
- The 52-week rolling ordinary is the typical ticketing volume and other variances around the past 52 months, ending with the most recent week, as opposed to the 2019 baseline numbers.