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US Passenger Airlines Employment Change from Previous Year: February 2015

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This chart details movement in scheduled passenger airline full-time equivalent employment* by airline group, displayed as percent changes from the previous year; differential changes for each of the last 13 months are shown. Source: US Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics Footnotes: * Full-time Equivalent Employee (FTE) calculations count two part-time employees as one full-time employee. ** ...

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