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A4A Jet-Fuel Cost and Consumption Report

September 16, 2013 Statistics & Trends No Comments Email Email

The table below reflects current jet-fuel price and consumption data for U.S. passenger and cargo airlines as reported to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics and as assembled by A4A.

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Note: Expenses may include some fuel transport costs but do not include taxes, into-plane fees or expenses associated with hedging programs. The amount paid for jet fuel is a function of long-term contracts, fuel hedge terms, spot market prices and point of sale, among other factors.

A subscription to the report (featuring the following) can be purchased in Microsoft Excel format via A4A Publications:

  • Monthly history, since January 1986, for domestic and international consumption and cost
  • Monthly spot prices of WTI crude oil, Brent crude oil, and U.S. Gulf Coast jet-fuel trend analyses/charts
  • Variance analyses: year-over-year and month-to-month comparisons

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