This report covers monthly punctuality and reliability data of major domestic and regional airlines operating between Australian airports. Details are published for individual airlines on competitive routes and for airports on those routes.
Publications by year: 2021
These files contain international time series data covering operated flights and seats by airport, city pair, airline, route, country and region.
These reports cover monthly international aircraft, passenger, freight and mail movements, flights, available seats, seat load factors and airline market shares. Details are provided for airline, country, city pair and airport.
These files contain international time series data covering passenger, freight and mail movements, flights, available seats and seat load factors. Details are provided for airline, country and city pair.
These files contain monthly and annual details of passenger and aircraft movement data on scheduled regular Public Transport services at selected Australian airports.
This is the latest in a series of Bureau of Infrastructure and Transport Research Economics (BITRE) reports that provide information on Australian sea freight movements, vessel activity, the use of coastal trading licences, and the size and composition of the Australian trading fleet.
This report covers monthly domestic (including charter) aircraft and passenger movements, available seats, load factors, revenue passenger kilometres and available seat kilometres.
These files contain domestic aviation time series. The data cover aircraft and passenger movements, available seats, load factors, hours and kilometres flown, revenue passenger kilometres, available seat kilometres and cargo carried by domestic airlines.
Older issues of Road Deaths Australia are available below.
This bulletin contains current counts and summaries of road crash deaths and fatal road crashes in Australia. It is produced monthly and published on BITRE's website on or around the 14th of each month. Data are sourced from the road traffic or police authorities in each jurisdiction.