Canadian airlines - fuel consumption 1990-2018

This statistic illustrates the total quantity of turbo fuel consumed on domestic and international flights of leading Canadian airlines between 1990 and 2018. The leading Canadian airlines consumed over 7.9 billion liters of fuel in 2018.

Total fuel consumption of Canadian airlines from 1990 to 2018

Fuel consumption in million liters
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Source

Release date

March 2019

Region

Canada

Survey time period

1990 to 2018

Supplementary notes

As of January 2004, the major airlines include WestJet and Air Canada.
As of April 2014, Air Canada data include Air Canada rouge.
As of January 2015, the major airlines include all Canadian Level I air carriers.
The values have been rounded.
To retrieve the data, select January 2018 to December 2018 from the Reference period. Figures prior to 2018 were retrieved by changing the reference period.

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