Restaurant Industry November 2nd

Restaurant Reservations stayed relatively stable over the last two weeks, with a slight decline. Casual dining establishments averaged 78% capacity in the last two weeks. This is up 2% from the last two weeks. Bars are up a similar amount, climbing 3% over the last report to 85% capacity. Fast food remains unaffected, it is slightly (2%) above what it was last year.

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Airline Industry November 2nd

FAA traffic out of ATL is down 3% vs last month and down 39% of what it was last year. A contributing factor for higher air traffic vs passenger traffic is that one of Delta’s hubs is out of ATL. Since Delta has continued to fly their planes at only 60% capacity, they must fly more planes to meet customer demand.

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Movie Theater Industry October 27

Movie Theater Foot traffic From September 25th to October 9th, movie theater traffic increased by 1% year over year. However, as all 500 Cineworld locations shut down, expect for the next report for movie theater traffic to decrease again. This, along with more movies being delayed until next year, puts the movie theater industry in […]

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Restaurant Industry October 27th

Restaurant Reservations As of this week, restaurant reservations in Georgia are at 69% of what they were one year ago. This is a 10% lead over the national average where restaurant reservations are at 59% yoy. Two weeks ago, Georgia restaurant reservations were 5% lower on average then they are today. Casual Dining, Fast Food, […]

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Airline Industry October 27

TSA Checkpoint traffic (National) An important milestone was hit last week for TSA traffic. For the first time since March, on October 18th, more than one million passengers travelled in a single day. Daily average traffic continues to climb, up 48k over the last two weeks. Average passenger throughput is down 63% over last year. […]

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Airline Industry October 12th

TSA Checkpoint This Monday, TSA traffic nearly hit one million travelers at 984k. The weekly average was 8% higher than the previous week. Traffic appears to be climbing again, just much more slowly than it had in the past. FAA Traffic With another month comes another sharp increase in air traffic through Hartsfield-Jackson Intl. The month […]

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Airline Industry–October 5th

With another month comes another sharp increase in air traffic through Hartsfield-Jackson Intl. The month of August saw an average daily increase of 20%, or 260 more planes per day. This puts airline traffic through Atlanta in the month of August at 59% of what it was last year.

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Restaurant Industry – October 5th

Nationally, restaurant reservations climbed 1% over last week. In Georgia there was no real change in weekly restaurant reservations. It seems that for the moment this area has stagnated. Casual Dining and Bars recovered somewhat from last week, climbing 3% and 2% respectively. Fast food has remained unaffected.

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Movie Theater Industry- October 5th

When Tenet released in theaters back in early September, there was a small spike of movie theater traffic, pushing it up to 43% of yoy traffic. Since then, it has declined down to 38% – an 11% decrease. It seems that while Tenet was able to stir up some excitement for the movie industry, many consumers still remain uneasy about going. In response, Hollywood is continuing to delay film releases into 2021.

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Photo of an undetermined Georgia Tech home game during the 1918 college football season. That's when the sport was hit by the Spanish flu and the end of World War I.

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