AAPA Members International Passenger Volume Not Recovering

Association of Asia Pacific Airlines Traffic - November 2021


 

 

AAPA reported that November 2021 international air passengers counts on member airlines were 94.8 percent below November 2019, a 1.3 percent improvement over October 2021. International passengers in Asia Pacific continue to be restricted by border closures and restrictions. International load factor for the month was 34.1 percent. Freight ton kilometers increased 3.9 percent even though available capacity decreased 10.9 percent during the month (compared to 2019).


 

 
November 2021 November 2019 % Chg 11 Months 2021 11 Months 2019 % Chg
Passengers Carried (000) 1,600 30,834 -94.8% 14,079 349,740 -96.0%
Revenue Passenger Kilometers (000) 7,916,000 111,428,000 -92.9% 64,337,000 1,277,975,000 -95.0%
Available Seat Kilometers (000) 23,197,000 139,384,000 -83.4% 211,689,000 1,580,828,000 -86.6%
Passenger Load Factor 34.1% 79.9% (45.8) pts. 30.4% 80.8% (50.4) pts.
Freight Tonne Kilometers (000) 6,685,000 6,437,000 3.9% 65,655,000 65,015,000 1.0%
Avail. Freight Tonne Kilometers (000) 9,136,000 10,255,000 -10.9% 88,251,000 109,477,000 -19.4%
Freight Load Factor 73.2% 62.8% 10.4 pts. 74.4% 59.4% 15.0 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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