Departing Flights (General Case)
You want to research morning flight departures from Tulsa International Airport (TUL) using data obtained from flightstats.com website. Find the airport’s departing flight schedule for yesterday morning and copy the flight information on a worksheet in a new workbook. Name the workbook e05b1Tulsa_LastFirst. Clean up the data after copying it. Name the worksheet Departures. Copy the worksheet and name the duplicate sheet Morning Departures. Sort the data on the Departures sheet by destination and then by airline. Insert subtotals at a change in destination, counting the number of flights. Collapse the subtotals to display the subtotals and grand totals.
Create a blank PivotTable from the Morning Departures sheet. Display the Destination and Airline fields in rows. Display the Status field in columns to display canceled, on-time, and delayed flights. Display the Flight field in the values area and change the field settings to the Count function. Display the Departure Time as a filter and set a filter to include only departure times from 6 to 9 a.m. Name the PivotTable Morning Departure Status. Apply PivotStyle Medium 13 style. Adjust column widths as needed. Name the worksheet PivotTable.
Create a PivotChart from the original dataset. Name the sheet PivotChart. Use the Destination field as the axis and the Flight # as the value. Change the value to the Count function. Change the chart type to a bar chart. Set 3.75″ chart height and 5.75″ chart width. Insert a slicer for the Status field and click the slicer button to display only on-time departures. Add a chart title On-Time Departures. Create a footer with your name, the sheet name code, and the file name code on each worksheet. Save and close the file. Based on your instructor’s directions, submit e05b1Tulsa_LastFirst.