U.S. airlines - revenue passenger miles 2004-2018

This statistic illustrates the total number of revenue passenger miles (RPMs) of U.S. airlines between 2004 and 2018. U.S. airlines reported over one trillion RPMs on domestic and international flights in 2018.

Total revenue passenger miles of U.S. airlines from 2004 to 2018 (in billions)*

Revenue passenger miles in billions
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Source

Release date

2019

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

2004 to 2018

Supplementary notes

* All values are for scheduled flights only.
The figures have been rounded.
Please select "All U.S. Carriers" from the drop-down list to retrieve the correct data.
Revenue passenger miles (RPMs) are calculated by multiplying the number of revenue-paying passengers by the distance traveled. One revenue passenger mile is approximately equal to one revenue-paying passenger transported one mile.

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