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Indexes of passengers carried and air carrier movements, domestic and international, January to August 2020

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Infographic description

The title of the infographic is "Indexes of passengers carried and air carrier movements, domestic and international, January to August 2020"

This is a line chart.

The vertical axis represents the index with January indexed to 100. The vertical axis starts at zero and goes to 100 with increments of 10.

The horizontal axis represents the months of 2020 and goes from January to August with increments of 1 month.

There are four time series. The first time series represents the index of the number of passengers carried on scheduled domestic flights by Canadian Level I air carriers. The second time series represents the index of the number of passengers carried on scheduled international flights by Canadian level I air carriers. The third time series represents the index of air carrier (Levels I to III and foreign) domestic aircraft movements at airports with NAVCANADA air traffic control towers and flight service stations. The fourth time series represents the index of air carrier (Levels I to III and foreign) international aircraft movements at airports with NAVCANADA air traffic control towers and flight service stations.

At period January, all time series are indexed to 100.

At period February, the first series (index of the number of passengers carried on scheduled domestic flights by Canadian Level I air carriers) is at 98.1; the second series (index of the number of passengers carried on scheduled international flights by Canadian Level I air carriers) is at 97.4; the third series (index of air carrier (Levels I to III and foreign) domestic aircraft movements at airports with NAVCANADA air traffic control towers and flight service stations) is at 95.0; and the fourth series (index of air carrier (Levels I to III and foreign) international aircraft movements at airports with NAVCANADA air traffic control towers and flight service stations) is at 94.0.

At period March, the first series (index of the number of passengers carried on scheduled domestic flights by Canadian Level I air carriers) is at 62.0; the second series (index of the number of passengers carried on scheduled international flights by Canadian Level I air carriers) is at 59.9; the third series (index of air carrier (Levels I to III and foreign) domestic aircraft movements at airports with NAVCANADA air traffic control towers and flight service stations) is at 82.8; and the fourth series (index of air carrier (Levels I to III and foreign) international aircraft movements at airports with NAVCANADA air traffic control towers and flight service stations) is at 78.5.

At period April, the first series (index of the number of passengers carried on scheduled domestic flights by Canadian Level I air carriers) is at 4.8; the second series (index of the number of passengers carried on scheduled international flights by Canadian Level I air carriers) is at 0.8; the third series (index of air carrier (Levels I to III and foreign) domestic aircraft movements at airports with NAVCANADA air traffic control towers and flight service stations) is at 31.7; and the fourth series (index of air carrier (Levels I to III and foreign) international aircraft movements at airports with NAVCANADA air traffic control towers and flight service stations) is at 10.6.

At period May, the first series (index of the number of passengers carried on scheduled domestic flights by Canadian Level I air carriers) is at 5.9; the second series (index of the number of passengers carried on scheduled international flights by Canadian Level I air carriers) is at 0.7; the third series (index of air carrier (Levels I to III and foreign) domestic aircraft movements at airports with NAVCANADA air traffic control towers and flight service stations) is at 33.8; and the fourth series (index of air carrier (Levels I to III and foreign) international aircraft movements at airports with NAVCANADA air traffic control towers and flight service stations) is at 11.2.

At period June, the first series (index of the number of passengers carried on scheduled domestic flights by Canadian Level I air carriers) is at 11.7; the second series (index of the number of passengers carried on scheduled international flights by Canadian Level I air carriers) is at 1.6; the third series (index of air carrier (Levels I to III and foreign) domestic aircraft movements at airports with NAVCANADA air traffic control towers and flight service stations) is at 44.7; and the fourth series (index of air carrier (Levels I to III and foreign) international aircraft movements at airports with NAVCANADA air traffic control towers and flight service stations) is at 12.9.

At period July, the first series (index of the number of passengers carried on scheduled domestic flights by Canadian Level I air carriers) is at 23.4; the second series (index of the number of passengers carried on scheduled international flights by Canadian Level I air carriers) is at 3.1; the third series (index of air carrier (Levels I to III and foreign) domestic aircraft movements at airports with NAVCANADA air traffic control towers and flight service stations) is at 56.3; and the fourth series (index of air carrier (Levels I to III and foreign) international aircraft movements at airports with NAVCANADA air traffic control towers and flight service stations) is at 16.7.

At period August, the first series (index of the number of passengers carried on scheduled domestic flights by Canadian Level I air carriers) is at 30.6; the second series (index of the number of passengers carried on scheduled international flights by Canadian Level I air carriers) is at 4.1; the third series (index of air carrier (Levels I to III and foreign) domestic aircraft movements at airports with NAVCANADA air traffic control towers and flight service stations) is at 59.5; and the fourth series (index of air carrier (Levels I to III and foreign) international aircraft movements at airports with NAVCANADA air traffic control towers and flight service stations) is at 17.3.

Sources: Monthly Civil Aviation Survey (5026); Aircraft Movement Statistics: Major airports (2715).

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