In February Pensacola International Airport regained 2 percent more seat capacity over February 2012. Total enplanements for February 2013 were up 1 percent over February 2012 and total passengers for the month of February 2013 reported 103,965, an increase of .5 percent compared to 103,490 in total passengers carried in February 2012. The combined load factor for all airlines in February 2012 and 2013 was 76 percent. Fiscal year-to-date, our total passengers are up approximately 2 percent and seat capacity is up 5 percent. Pensacola International Airport, the 98th largest airport in the United States, connects 1.5 million passengers annually anywhere in the world through ten international hubs served by five major carriers. Over the past year, Pensacola International Airport has been fortunate with the support of the region, it has been able to add new non-stop air service to major markets. Three daily flights to Miami served by American Eagle and US Airways providing daily service to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. As of March 1, 2013, United resumed daily non-stop service to Chicago O’Hare. Airlines: AirTran Airways, American Eagle, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines (Express Jet/Silver Airways) and US Airways (Air Wisconsin, Mesa and PSA). Hubs: Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas Ft Worth, Houston Intercontinental, Miami, Orlando, Tampa, Washington Dulles, and Washington Reagan National.
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