Asia Pacific Airlines Passenger Traffic Increases 5.3%

Association of Asia Pacific Airlines Traffic - April 2017


 

 

 

 

Asia Pacific passenger traffic increased 5.3 percent in April 2017 compared with April 2016. Passenger demand continued to be strong after slowing prior to December 2016. Capacity increased 6.2 percent during April 2017. Revenue passenger kilometers increased 9.2 percent , increasing load factor to 80.4 percent. Freight tonne kilometers increased 9.0 percent for the month, following strong results for the first quarter 2017.


 

 
April 2017 April 2016 % Chg 4 Months 2017 4 Months 2016 % Chg
Passengers Carried (000) 25,576 24,297 5.3% 102,891 97,808 5.2%
Revenue Passenger Kilometers (000) 94,220,000 86,288,000 9.2% 376,973,000 351,804,000 7.2%
Available Seat Kilometers (000) 117,249,000 110,442,000 6.2% 469,338,000 447,941,000 4.8%
Passenger Load Factor 80.4% 78.1% 2.2 pts. 80.3% 78.5% 1.8 pts.
Freight Tonne Kilometers (000) 5,699,000 5,227,000 9.0% 21,786,000 19,897,000 9.5%
Avail. Freight Tonne Kilometers (000) 8,754,000 8,512,000 2.8% 34,385,000 33,538,000 2.5%
Freight Load Factor 65.1% 61.4% 3.7 pts. 63.4% 59.3% 4.0 pts.
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Passenger traffic is measured in Revenue Passenger-Kms; Capacity in Available Seat-Kms; and Freight in Revenue Freight Tonnes-Kms. Data include preliminary results for international scheduled services of AAPA member airlines.
 
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