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James M Cox Dayton Intl Airport, Dayton, Ohio

According to the Regional Airline Association, which considers most local traffic to be regional, approximately 79.9% of departures were on regional carriers.

During June, 2009, a total of 111,057 passengers embarked on 1,958 regularly scheduled flights. About 21% of departures (carrying 42% of passengers) were operated by major airlines or other carriers operating large jets, while about 79% of departures (carrying 58% of passengers) were on regional carriers.

Source: Investigative Reporting Workshop analysis of Bureau of Transportation Statistics T100 domestic carriers systemwide segment database

Carriers operating at James M Cox Dayton Intl Airport - June, 2009 traffic

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Operator Flights Passengers Average seats
per plane
Avg.
Occupancy
AirTran Airways Corporation 242 24,738 121.9 83.9 %
PSA Airlines Inc. 404 15,473 54.3 70.5 %
Expressjet Airlines Inc. 321 12,031 50 75.0 %
Frontier Airlines Inc. 62 8,095 135.9 96.1 %
Atlantic Southeast Airlines 131 8,071 67.5 91.2 %
Delta Air Lines Inc. 55 7,093 142.0 90.8 %
American Airlines Inc. 56 6,872 140 87.7 %
Pinnacle Airlines Inc. 111 5,192 54.5 85.9 %
Mesa Airlines Inc. 90 4,236 51.4 91.5 %
GoJet Airlines, LLC d/b/a United Express 59 3,266 66 83.9 %
Chautauqua Airlines Inc. 78 2,954 50 75.7 %
Mesaba Airlines 59 2,722 50 92.3 %
Air Wisconsin Airlines Corp 82 2,552 50 62.2 %
Comair Inc. 40 1,845 53.0 87.1 %
Skywest Airlines Inc. 59 1,663 50 56.4 %
American Eagle Airlines Inc. 32 1,549 50 96.8 %
Trans States Airlines 25 934 50 74.7 %
Commutair Aka Champlain Enterprises, Inc. 29 715 37 66.6 %
Source: Investigative Reporting Workshop analysis of Bureau of Transportation Statistics T100 domestic carriers systemwide segment database

INCIDENTS AND ACCIDENTS NEAR JAMES M COX DAYTON INTL AIRPORT

NO RECORD OF INCIDENTS AND ACCIDENTS NEAR JAMES M COX DAYTON INTL AIRPORT

Source: Investigative Reporting Workshop analysis of National Transportation Safety Board accident database system (ADMS2000), last updated Jan 1, 2010