Ahora leyendo:
ALTA TRAFFIC REPORT FEBRUARY 2017
Toda la noticia 2 minutes read

ALTA TRAFFIC REPORT FEBRUARY 2017

"‹"‹

"‹

The Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association (ALTA) announced today that Latin America and Caribbean airlines carried 12 million passengers in February, up 8.2% from the previous year, excluding domestic traffic in Brazil, marking the 66th consecutive month of passenger traffic growth for Latin America and Caribbean airlines.

Traffic (RPK) grew 8.4% and capacity (ASK) increased 5.6%, bringing up the load factor to 81.2%, equivalent to 2.1 percentage points higher than in February 2016 (see table 1).

Overall, Latin America and Caribbean airlines carried 18.7 million passengers in February, up 2.5% – or 462,000 more passengers – from the previous year. Traffic (RPK) grew 4.9% and capacity (ASK) increased 2.6%, bringing up the load factor to 80.7%, 1.8 percentage points higher than in February 2016. Freight ton kilometers declined 5.8% in February 2017 as compared with the same month of the previous year, reaching 347 million FTKs (see table 2).

Comparing 2017 vs. 2016
img
img
Traffic to/from Latin America & Caribbean
Latin America and Caribbean airlines carried 1.7 million passengers to and from Latin America and the Caribbean in February, up 7.2% from the previous year (see table 3). Traffic (RPK) grew 5.1% and capacity (ASK) increased 3.5%, bringing the load factor to 81.3%, equivalent to 1.2 percentage points higher than in February 2016.
Domestic Deployed Seat
Capacity
in Latin America & Caribbean
International Deployed Seat
Capacity
in Latin America & Caribbean
Reporting airlines: Aerolíneas Argentinas (includes Austral), Aeromar, Aeromexico, Aeromexico Connect, Avianca, Avianca Brasil, Copa Airlines, Copa Airlines Colombia, Insel Air, LATAM Airlines Group, Sky Airline and Volaris.

Additional Sources: SCT Mexico, ANAC Brazil, JAC Chile, Aerocivil Colombia

Glossary:RPK (Revenue Passenger Kilometers) number of passengers carried times the distance traveled | ASK (Available Seat Kilometers) number of seats available for sale times the distance traveled | PLF Passenger Load Factor, obtained by dividing the RPKs by the ASKs | FTK (Freight Ton Kilometers) number of tons of freight carried times the distance traveled.

Compartir noticia:
Fuente: ALTA
Input your search keywords and press Enter.