A breakdown of operations by aircraft type including a summary of historical operations can be found in the Port of Seattle Part 150 Noise and Land Use Study and Updates, located online: http://www.airportsites.net/SEA-Part150/final.htm
Chapter one, table 1.1 depicts a Summary of Historical Operations (source: FAA, Air Traffic Data System). The FAA may be able to provide more recent analysis since they were the source of the data for this Study.
Chapter two, tables 2.12 and 2.13 discusses fleet mix and aircraft operations there may also be better definition and examples of the air taxi and air carrier classifications. The Port of Seattle does not receive a breakdown of operations by aircraft type from the FAA on a regular basis; you may need to contact the FAA directly for this information.
Previous Part 150 Studies can be found on the Documents page: http://www.airportsites.net/SEA-Part150/documents.htm
This information is responsive to your request. These documents and/or information are provided to you in accordance with the Public Records Act (Chapter 42.56 RCW). By making Port of Seattle documents available to you, the Port is not responsible for your use of the information nor for any claims or liabilities that may result from your use or further dissemination. The Port of Seattle has now completed its response to your request and your request will be closed. Please let us know if you we can assist you any further.
October 5, 2017, 8:17am
Eldina Jasarevic, Public Disclsoure Specialist (Staff)