ARC Reports U.S. Travel Agents 2012 Air Ticket Sales Are 3.69 Percent Ahead of Last Year

2012-11-13
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  • Airline News Resource From January through October 2012, ticket sales totalled $73.7 billion, compared to $71 billion in 2011, and $67 billion in 2010.

    ARC, the financial settlement link between airlines and travel sellers, reported that the consolidated dollar value of airline tickets sold by U.S.-based travel agencies increased 3.69 percent* year-over-year in the first 10 months of 2012 compared to the same period in 2011, and 9.93 percent over the same period in 2010. From January through October 2012, ticket sales totalled $73.7 billion, compared to $71 billion in 2011, and $67 billion in 2010.

    Year-to-date passenger segments for the first 10 months of 2012 increased slightly 0.08 percent– at 314.1 million segments, compared to 313.8 million in 2011 – while reflecting a -0.08 percent decrease from the same period in 2010. Ticket transactions between January and October 2012 also decreased somewhat by 0.23 percent over the same period in 2011, while down by 2.6 percent compared to the same period in 2010.

    More detailed information is available at https://www.arccorp.com/news/stat/2012-10.jsp

    *Ticket Sales


    • Results based on sales data ending Oct.31, 2012 from 13,688 U.S. retail and corporate travel agencies, satellite ticket printing offices, and online travel agencies.
    • Does not include sales of tickets purchased directly from airlines.
    • Total sales are equal to the total amount paid for a ticket, which includes taxes and fees.


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