Restaurant Industry June 29th

Restaurant Reservations Another anomaly this week with reservations numbers. Starting June 18th, reservations for the state of Georgia and the US jumped up very rapidly, with Georgia approaching only a -20%yoy decrease in reservations on June 21st. After slowly climbing for the past three months, this jump 25% jump in reservations was certainly out of […]

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Restaurant Industry June 22nd

Restaurant Reservations As expected in last week’s report, the 20% decline in restaurant reservations was simply an outlier. Reservations continued to climb nationally and in Georgia at their previous paces after the June 14th anomaly. Georgia changed from -54%YoY to -45%YoY while the united states climbed from -65%YoY to -59%YoY. June 19th marked the first […]

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Airline Industry June 22nd

TSA Checkpoint TSA checkpoint traffic is nearing a point where it breaks 600k travelers in a day. It averaged 495k travelers last week. While the TSA has announced that they will be rolling out changes to their operation sometime mid-June, there has yet to be an official announcement about the changes. FAA Reports The FAA […]

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Airline Industry June 16th

TSA Checkpoint It seems that every week a new milestone is reached by TSA checkpoint numbers. This week was the first time in 3 months that checkpoint numbers exceeded 500k, maxing out at 544k on June 14th. The trend is remaining relatively constant as well. At this current rate, it will take 151 days to […]

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Restaurant Industry June 16th

Restaurant Reservations Sine the June 9th report, reservations have again increased nationally and statewide. Nationally reservations jumped from -74%YoY to -64%YoY; statewide reservations tell a similar story: -72%YoY to -54%YoY. On June 14th, the date of the most recent information as of the time writing this report, these numbers dropped from their peaks to -78%YoY. […]

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Restaurant Industry-June 9th

Restaurant Reservations As more states move toward opening up, restaurants around the company are opening up. Compared to last report in May 26th, restaurant reservations nationally improved from -85% YoY to -74% YoY. 43 states have either allowed restaurants to open for dine in or have plans to do so in the near future. Georgia […]

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Airline Industry-June 9th

TSA Checkpoint Since the last report for May 26th, TSA checkpoint numbers have been increasing at the same rate. June 5th was the first day in nearly 3 months that traffic had been over 400,000. Again, based on a linear trend of the current growth, TSA foot traffic will take 156 days to return ½ […]

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Airline Industry-May 26th

Impact on the Georgia Economy Hartsfield-Jackson Being the world busiest airport, Hartsfield-Jackson International is a major factor on Georgia’s economy, bringing in over $30 Billion in direct annual benefits to the immediate Atlanta area, and supplying over 450,000 jobs throughout the Atlanta metro region. It does all this by hosting over 100 Million customers annually, […]

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Restaurant Industry-May 26th

This graph shows the comparison between restaurant reservations in Georgia and in the United States. Notice how Georgia is recovering much faster. Restaurant Reservations Year-Over-Year: GA vs US Foot Traffic: Casual Dining and fast food Casual Dining For casual dining, the story is pretty much the same as the fine dining reservations. There was a […]

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Restaurant Industry-May 12th

Georgia Restaurants: Impact on the economy • 18,403 eating and drinking locations in 2018• 22.9B Estimated sales in 2018• 488,400 restaurant and foodservice jobs in Georgia in 2019 (11% of the state)• Every dollar spent in the table service segment contributes $1.97 to the state economy. U.S. Reservation Numbers Restaurants at this time are slowly […]

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