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Air Carrier Financial : Schedule P-5.1
Latest Available Data: September 2022 Databases    Data Tables    Table Contents
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Field NameDescriptionSupport Table
Flying Operations - Less Rentals
00030 - Flying Operations - Pilot And Copilot (000)
00040 - Flying Operations - Aircraft Fuel And Oil (000)
00050 - Flying Operations - Other (000)
00060 - Total Flying Operations - Less Rentals (000)
00070 - Maintenance - Flight Equipment (000)
Depreciation And Rental
00080 - Depreciation And Rental - Flight Equipment (000)
Direct Expense (Aircraft Operating Expense )
00090 - Total Direct Expense (Aircraft Operating Expense) (000)
Indirect Expense
00110 - Flight Attendant Expense (000)
00120 - Traffic Related Expense (000)
00130 - Departure Related Expense (Station) (000)
00140 - Capacity Related Expense (000)
00150 - Total Indirect Expense (000)
Total Operating Expense
00160 - Total Operating Expense (000)
Traffic Elements
Z6500 - Total Aircraft Airborne Hours (000) - The time the aircraft leaves the ground until the time it touches the ground again.
Z8100 - Aircraft Days Assigned (000) - The number of days the aircraft (owned or leased) is available for service.
Z9210 - Aircraft Fuel Issued in gallons (000) - The amount of fuel issued during the reporting period for revenue and non-revenue flights.
Aircraft Information
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Carrier Information
An identification number assigned by US DOT to identify a unique airline (carrier). A unique airline (carrier) is defined as one holding and reporting under the same DOT certificate regardless of its Code, Name, or holding company/corporation.Get Lookup Table
Unique Carrier Code. When the same code has been used by multiple carriers, a numeric suffix is used for earlier users, for example, PA, PA(1), PA(2). Use this field for analysis across a range of years.Get Lookup Table
Unique Carrier Name. When the same name has been used by multiple carriers, a numeric suffix is used for earlier users, for example, Air Caribbean, Air Caribbean (1).
Code assigned by IATA and commonly used to identify a carrier. As the same code may have been assigned to different carriers over time, the code is not always unique. For analysis, use the Unique Carrier Code.Get Lookup Table
Carrier Name
Unique Entity for a Carrier's Operation Region.Get Lookup Table
Carrier's Operation Region. Carriers Report Data by Operation RegionGet Lookup Table
Carrier Group NewGet Lookup Table
Carrier Group Code. Used in Legacy AnalysisGet Lookup Table
Time Period Information
Quarter (1-4)Get Lookup Table