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(d) As a general rule, the traffic and capacity measurements to be reported on these schedules are designed to represent the physical operations reflected by the revenues and expenses, respectively, for the same period. Thus, except as separately provided for, aircraft capacity elements associated with deferred costs are not to be included in reported statistics whereas the revenue traffic elements associated with flights for which costs but not revenues are deferred shall be reported as if carried on other flights and the amounts so included shall be disclosed by footnote to the applicable item. For purposes of reporting by aircraft types on schedules T-3 and T-4 small single-engine aircraft types may be grouped in accordance with the instructions in section 24, schedules P-5.1 and P-5.2, paragraph (d). Schedule T-1-Monthly Statement of

Summarized Traffic and Capacity

Statistics Schedule T-2-Monthly Statement of

Scheduled Services Traffic and Capacity Statistics

(a) These schedules shall be filed by all route air carriers.

(b) Separate sets of these schedules shall be filed for each separate operating entity of the air carrier.

(c) Two sets of these schedules shall be filed each month for each operating entity. One set for each schedule shall reflect the indicated data applicable to the current month. The other set for each schedule shall reflect the indicated data applicable to the twelve months ended with the current month. An "x" shall be inserted in the box designated "Mo" at the head of each column of the report covering monthly data. An "X" shall be inserted in the box designated “Yr" at the head of each column of the report covering 12-month data.

(d) The indicated data shall be reported on these schedules for each class of service performed by the air carrier with both owned and rented aircraft including aircraft of others used on the air carrier's routes under interchange agreements. These schedules, except to the extent otherwise specifically provided for, shall not include traffic or capacity statistics related to flight facilities used

by other air carriers, the revenue from which is includible in profit and loss accounts 11 Rents, 13 Interchange SalesAssociated Companies, 15 Interchange Sales Outside, or 18 Other Incidental Revenues. Traffic and capacity statistics shall not be included in these schedules for interrupted traffic of the air carrier where the responsibility for the forwarded trafic becomes that of other carriers, thus conforming to the provision that the direct cost of forwarding traffic by others, as a result of interrupted trips, shall be charged to the appropriate revenue account.

(e) All mileage data shall be based upon direct airport-to-airport distances as distinguished from course-flown distances. Miles performed and traffic carried on flights scheduled to begin in one month and terminate in the next shall be included in the month in which the flight is scheduled to depart, provided that such flights in territorial and international operations shall not be considered to extend beyond the first crew change point.

(f) All utilization and performance factors and average load data shall be computed one place beyond the decimal point.

(g) Item 016, “Number of Revenue Passenger Originations” shall reflect an unduplicated count of passengers originating journeys on the lines of each reporting entity. (See section 03-Passenger originations.)

(h) Item 017, "Number of Revenue Passenger Enplanements” shall reflect a count of the total number of passengers boarding aircraft. This count may be measured on the basis of a standard number of passenger enplanements per on-line originating passenger.

(i) Item 217 “Passenger" ton-miles shall be computed at the standard passenger weights (including free baggage) set forth in section 03 in the definition for “weight, passenger". The prescribed passenger weights may be reviewed from time to time upon request of individual air carriers, or upon the Board's initiative, and other weights may be prescribed in specific instances.

(j) Item 253, “Excess Baggage" tonmiles may be determined either by direct computation from flight records or, fol

lowing approval by the Civil Aeronautics Board, by application of appropriate standards.

(k) Item 997, "Number of Employees based in Continental United States" shall reflect the total number of full and part-time employees, both permanent and temporary, who worked or received pay for any part of the pay period(s) ending nearest the 15th day of the month, whether paid daily, weekly, monthly or otherwise, and who were based in Continental United States. Persons based in the United States but employed on transoceanic flights should be included. Include salaried officers of the corporation and employees on paid sick leave, holidays and vacations but do not include pensioners, members of the armed forces, or persons on leave of absence without pay.

(1) Item 998, “Number of Employees Based Outside Continental United States” shall reflect the total number of employees who were assigned to locations outside Continental United States.

(m) Item 999, “Total Number of Employees" shall reflect the sum of items 997 and 998.

(n) The filing of Schedule T-2 is waived for those reporting entities operating a single class of scheduled service, provided the class of service operated is identified in the heading of the “All Scheduled Service" column of schedule T-1. Schedule T-1(a)--Monthly Statement

of Traffic and Capacity Statistics by Component Operations

(a) These schedules shall be filed by all route air carriers.

(b) Separate sets of this schedule shall be filed for each reporting entity of the air carrier (see section 21(i)) which covers, in scheduled or nonscheduled services, more than one of the categories of "domestic", "territorial" or "international” operations, as defined in section 03. Carriers not filing schedule T-1(a) shall add the word “exclusive" to the description of the operation in the heading of each column on schedule T-1.

(c) Two sets of these schedules shall be filed each month for each operating entity. One set of each schedule shall

reflect the indicated data applicable to the current month. The other set of each schedule shall reflect the indicated data applicable to the twelve months ended with the current month. An "X" shall be inserted in the box designated "Mo" at the head of each column of the report covering monthly data. An "X" shall be inserted in the box designated “Yr" at the head of each column of the report covering 12-month data.

(d) The indicated data shall be reported for all operations of the reporting entity in the column designated “Total” and for the "domestic", "territorial”, and “international” operations, as defined in section 03, encompassed by such entity in the separate columns provided therefor. For purposes of reporting on this schedule, domestic flight stages operated between points where authorized service is restricted to international or territorial traffic and which are an integral part of such international or territorial operation, shall be combined therewith. The reporting entity as set forth in section 21(i), shall be identified in each column opposite the heading “Operation". Each item on this schedule shall be reported on the same basis as the corresponding item reported on schedule T-1. The amounts, except for “Number of revenue passenger originations”, reported for each item in the “Total” column under "Scheduled Seryices” and “Nonrevenue Flights", respectively, shall agree with the corresponding amounts reported in the "All Scheduled Services” and “All Services" columns, respectively, of schedule T-1. The amounts reported for each item in the Total” column under “Nonscheduled Services” shall agree with the sum of the corresponding amounts reported in the "Irregular Services Excluding Charter" and "Charter Service" columns of schedule T-1.

(e) The digit after the decimal in the code assigned each item on this schedule is for CAB control purposes. “Domestic" operations are, for all items, denoted by the decimal digit “1”, “Territorial" operations by the decimal digit “2” and "International” operations by the decimal digit “3”. The balance of each code number corresponds to the codes assigned to corresponding items reported on schedules T-1 and T-3, except for the

prefix "g" in the code assigned nonscheduled services which represents an aggregation of "Irregular Services Excluding Charter" and "Charter Services" reported on schedule T-1. Schedule T-3—Quarterly Statement of

Aircraft Operating Statistics (a) These schedules shall be filed by all route air carriers.

(b) Separate sets of this schedule shall be filed for each separate operating entity of the air carrier.

(c) Two sets of this schedule shall be filed each quarter for each operating entity. One set shall reflect the indicated data applicable to the current quarter. The other set shall reflect the indicated data applicable to the twelve months ended with the current quarter. An "X" shall be inserted in the box designated “Qr” at the head of each column of each report covering quarterly data and an “x” shall be inserted in the box designated "Yr" at the head of each column of each report covering 12month data.

(d) Data applicable to each aircraft type operated by the air carrier shall be reported in separate columns of this schedule and each aircraft type for which report is being made shall be identified at the head of each column in the space provided opposite “Aircraft Type": Provided, however, Each air carrier may group, on a uniform basis, data applicable to small single-engine aircraft of approximately equivalent size. Refer to section 24 schedules P-5.1 and P-5.2, paragraph (d), for policy regarding the grouping of small aircraft types. All other aircraft types, including larger single-engine and small twin-engine types are to be separately reported. Aircraft not generally used in revenue seryice shall be reported in a group as a single type. For purposes of reporting on this schedule, versions of each aircraft type designed exclusively for cargo services, and only incidentally for passenger service, shall be considered as distinct aircraft types.

(e) All mileage data shall be based upon direct airport-to-airport distances as distinguished from course-flown distances in accordance with the instructions relating thereto on schedules T-1 and T-2.

Mileage related to flights

which are not measurable in terms of airport-to-airport distances shall be determined by applying a typical airport-to-airport speed for each aircraft type to the aircraft hours flown by each aircraft type in such fiights.

(f) All aircraft hours data shall be based upon the time each aircraft becomes airborne on take-off to the time of ground contact upon landing and shall be included in the month in which the aircraft miles to which related are reported. Aircraft hours flown, items 9668 through 9679, shall include hours flown for which related costs have been charged directly against income during the current accounting period and shall not include hours flown applicable to costs which have been deferred. Such hours shall be reported in item 9978, “Aircraft Hours in Capitalized Projects". Refer to paragraph (d) of the General Instructions for reporting Trafic and Capacity Elements for policy regarding flights for which costs are capitalized. Minutes or fractional hours shall not be shown in reporting aircraft hours.

(g) Each air carrier shall submit to the Civil Aeronautics Board a detailed statement of its method of computing available ton-miles and available seatmiles for each type of aircraft operated. Also, any future changes in methods of computation shall be submitted, subject to review and approval by the Civil Aeronautics Board. (See section 22(d).) The measurement of available aircraft capacity may reflect company minimum fuel requirements in lieu of the requirements under Civil Air Regulations, provided that the use of such company fuel requirements is indicated in the above statement and that the statement contain certification by a responsible company oficial that said fuel loads are not in excess of company safety requirements. The reason for exclusion of any installed seats in the computation of available seat-miles with respect to any aircraft type and the provisions made for protecting against the sale of such seats, shall be described in this statement and shall be certified to by a responsible company official. (See section 03 "seats available".)

(h) Item 9680, "Aircraft Days Assigned to Service-Carrier's Equipment"

shall reflect owned and rented aircraft in the possession of the air carrier used or available for assignment to services performed by the air carrier or assigned to services on routes of other air carriers under aircraft interchange agreements. (See section 03 for further definition.) It shall not include aircraft which are otherwise rented, leased or loaned to others, for which aircraft days shall be reported by equipment type as a footnote to this schedule, or aircraft of others used by the air carrier under interchange agreements. Aircraft days shall be allocated between separate operating entities as follows:

(1) Aircraft assigned exclusively to a particular operation shall be reported for the operation to which assigned.

(2) Aircraft used interchangeably in two or more separate operating entities shall be prorated between such operations in accordance with the time each aircraft was in an operating status in each operation.

(3) The time of aircraft in maintenance or overhaul or held in reserve shall be assigned between the operating entities affected on the basis of the relative time aircraft of the same type were in an operating status in each operation during the most recent month.

(i) Item 9681, “Aircraft Days Assigned to Service-Carrier's Routes" shall reflect owned and rented aircraft in the possession of the air carrier or available for assignment to services performed by the air carrier. It shall include the time aircraft of others are in the possession of the air carrier pursuant to aircraft interchange agreements and shall exclude the time aircraft of the air carrier are in the possession of others pursuant to aircraft interchange agreements. Otherwise, allocation of aircraft days under this item shall conform with the instructions related to item 9680. (See section 03 for further definition.)

(j) Item 9682, “Revenue Hours per Aircraft per Day-Carrier's Equipment" 9680, “Aircraft Days Assigned to Servshall be determined by dividing item ice-Carrier's Equipment” into the total revenue aircraft hours flown by aircraft owned or rented and in the possession of the air carrier, determined by subtracting item 9867, “Revenue Hours on Other Carrier's Interchange Equipment,"

from and adding item 9968, "Total Hours by Others on Carrier's Interchange Equipment," to item 9668, “Reyenue Aircraft Hours."

(k) Item 9683, "Revenue Hours per Aircraft per Day-Carrier's Routes" shall be determined by dividing item 9681, “Aircraft Days Assigned to Seryice-Carrier's Routes" into item 9668, "Revenue Aircraft Hours".

(1) Item 9767, "Revenue Aircraft Miles in Scheduled Services Excluding Extra Sections" shall reflect the total of revenue aircraft miles in scheduled services, item 5568, less the revenue aircraft miles flown in extra sections included therein.

(m) Item 9867, "Revenue Hours on Other Carrier's Interchange Equipment” shall reflect the hours flown in revenue service of the reporting air carrier under equipment interchange agreements with aircraft of others.

(n) Item 9879, “Total Hours on Other Carrier's Interchange Equipment” shall reflect the hours flown in both revenue and nonrevenue services of the reporting air carrier under equipment interchange agreements with aircraft of others.

(0) Item 9968, "Total Hours by Others on Carrier's Interchange Equipment” shall reflect the total hours flown in the operations of other air carriers under equipment interchange agreements with aircraft owned or rented by the reporting air carrier.

(p) Item 9978, "Aircraft Hours in Capitalized Projects" shall reflect the total aircraft hours flown during the current accounting period which are applicable to ferrying newly acquired aircraft from the factory, capitalized extension and development or preoperating costs and other costs incurred during the current accounting period which have been capitalized.

(q) Items 9991 and 9992, “Aircraft Fuels (Oils) Issued" shall reflect the gallons of fuels or engine oils issued or placed aboard aircraft during the current accounting period for both revenue and nonrevenue flights. Fractional gallons shall not be shown.

(r) Item 9993, “Percent of Blockto-Block to Airborne Hours" shall be determined by dividing the revenue aircraft hours flown computed on the blockto-block basis by revenue aircraft hours

flown computed on the airborne basis. At the option of the air carrier a standard percentage relationship, fairly representative of the actual relationship, may be employed for reporting provided such standard is redetermined by physical measurement at least twice, each calendar year. E Schedule T-4-On-Line Airport

Activity Data (a) These schedules shall be filed by all route air carriers.

(b) Separate sets of this schedule shall be filed for each separate operating entity of the air carrier.

(c) This schedule shall reflect the indicated measures of activity at each online airport maintained at points certificated by the Civil Aeronautics Board for scheduled services.

(d) Each point maintained for service under certificates of public convenience and necessity shall be listed in column 1 in alphabetical sequence and the indicated data reported in columns 2 through 18, inclusive. Each airport used in servicing each certificated point served by multiple airports and the data pertaining thereto shall be separately identified.

(e) Column 2, "Scheduled Departures” shall reflect the total number of departures scheduled during the current quarter at each airport as set forth in the air carrier's published schedules including those scheduled on a flag-stop - basis.

(f) Column 3, "Scheduled Departures Performed” shall reflect the total number of departures actually performed pursuant to published schedules during the current quarter at each airport. Departures performed shall not include departures of flights operated as extra sections to scheduled flights, other departures performed but not included in scheduled departures reported in column 2, or flag-stop departures not actually made.

(g) Column 4, “Total Departures Performed in Revenue Services—Nonscheduled Services” shall reflect the total number of departures in nonscheduled services actually performed for each on-line airport.

(h) Columns 5 through 10, "Total Departures Performed in Revenue Sery

ices Scheduled Services" shall reflect the total number of departures in scheduled services (including extra sections) actually performed from each on-line airport. The aggregate number of departures by all aircraft types shall be reported in column 5 and the number of departures by each aircraft type shall be reported in columns 6 through 10, inclusive, with the type of aircraft to which related indicated at the head of each column. Departures in nonpassenger services shall be reported as if for a distinct aircraft type.

(i) Column 11 "Passenger Enplanements-All Services—Total Enplanements" shall reflect for each on-line airport the total of all revenue passengers enplaned, including originating, stopover, and transfer passengers, in scheduled and nonscheduled services.

(j) Column 12 “Passenger Enplanements-Scheduled Service-Total Enplanements” shall reflect for each on-line airport the total of all revenue passengers enplaned in scheduled seryice, including originating, stopover, and transfer passengers.

(k) Column 13 “Passenger Enplanements—Scheduled Service-Originations" shall reflect for each on-line airport the number of revenue passengers commencing an on-line journey in scheduled service. (See section 03 for further definition.)

(1) Columns 14 through 18 “Mail Express and Freight Originations (Tons). Scheduled Service" shall reflect for each airport the revenue tons of priority, nonpriority, and foreign mail, express, and freight placed in transit in scheduled service. Such traffic shall be reported only at the airport from which originally dispatched in the carrier's operations. Fractional tons shall be computed to two places beyond the decimal point. Schedule T-5Monthly Listing of Sum

marized Passenger Loads by Flight Stages- Local Service Air Carriers

(a) This schedule shall be filed monthly by each local service air carrier upon its own machine accounting forms simultaneously with the submission of CAB Form 545 "Air Carrier's Claim for Subsidy.” The schedule shall consist of a tabular machine accounting listing of information prescribed in paragraphs

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