Report about the aviation bureau

Aviation Bureau Aviation Bureau Aviation Bureau is the body in charge of providing responsive and accountable leadership in addressing diverse aviation needs. The Bureau brings a greater level of coordination, comparability, and quality criteria for transportation data and enables significant data gaps to be closed. It is responsible for providing air carrier financial reports. The report consists of financial information and follows the common public financial documents’ format. The Bureau offers air carrier statistics; this is monthly data conveyed by certificated U. S. air carriers on passengers, freight transported mail as well as aircraft type, service class, airborne, and available capacity and seats. It provides air transport summary data, which is summary information about the nonstop segment and on-flight market. This is a report by air carriers on Form 41 and 298C (U. S Department of Transport, 2015). The bureau gives airline on-time performance data. The data accounts for at least one percent of domestic booked passenger revenues, which consist of scheduled and actual arrivals and departure times for flights, and it is reported monthly.
Other services offered are as follows. Origin and Destination Survey (DB1B) which includes data of origin, destination, and other itinerary details of carried passenger and at least a sample of 10% airline tickets is taken from reporting carrier. American Travel Survey: it includes national data on the nature and features of long-distance personal travels. Aviation support: It provides comprehensive geographical data and carrier entities. Commodity Flow Survey: It is conducted in every five years and consists of shipment information. Intermodal Passenger Connectivity Database consist of national data table of passenger transportation terminals with information on connectivity among the various scheduled public transportation (U. S Department of Transport, 2015). Small Air Carrier Statistics is information on small carrier performance in booked or non-booked and charter services. Air carrier employees comprise of a number of employees of all major domestic air carriers. Aviation Accident Database and Synopses are database of unsafe civil aviation incidents within the state and in global water. Accidents summary is a brief of all annual fatalities, injuries, and accident of all air carriers. Finally, aviation safety reporting system is a collection of data sets relevant to aviation safety.
U. S Department of Transport. (2015). About BTS | Bureau of Transportation Statistics. Retrieved from http://www. rita. dot. gov/bts/about/