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Air Canada rapporterer rekordbelastningsfaktor i oktober

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MONTREAL, Canada – For the month of October, Air Canada reported a record system load factor of 82.9%, versus 79.4% in October 2011, an increase of 3.5 percentage points.

MONTREAL, Canada – For the month of October, Air Canada reported a record system load factor of 82.9%, versus 79.4% in October 2011, an increase of 3.5 percentage points. System traffic increased 4.9% on a system-wide capacity increase of 0.4%. Air Canada reports traffic results on a system-wide basis, including regional airlines from which Air Canada purchases capacity.

“For the month of October, Air Canada reported a record load factor of 82.9 per cent, an increase of 3.5 percentage points from the previous year,” said Calin Rovinescu, President and Chief Executive Officer. “This record load factor for the month and strong traffic results overall underscore the effectiveness of our ongoing disciplined approach to managing capacity and our award-winning product that continues to earn customers’ loyalty. Led by increases in traffic on Atlantic, Pacific and domestic Canada routes of 7.1, 6.8 and 5.0%, respectively, system traffic grew 4.9 per cent while overall capacity increased 0.4%.

I thank our employees whose professionalism and dedication was brought to bear in taking care of our customers and transporting them safely to their destinations during the recent severe weather conditions in the U.S. northeast.”

October Year-To-Date
2012 2011 Ændring 2012 2011 Ændring

Trafik (RPM mio.) 4,500 4,290 + 4.9% 47,572 46,449 + 2.4%
Kapacitet (ASMs mln) 5,425 5,405 + 0.4% 57,210 56,575 + 1.1%
Belastningsfaktor 82.9% 79.4% +3.5 point 83.2% 82.1% +1.1 point

Canada RPM'er 1,373 1,308 + 5.0% 13,945 13,570 + 2.8%
ASM'er 1,650 1,622 + 1.7% 16,917 16,700 + 1.3%
LF 83.2% 80.6% +2.6 points 82.4% 81.3% +1.1 points

US
Grænseoverskridende RPM'er 653 + 634% 3.0 7,511 + 7,304%
ASMs 831 833 -0.2% 9,544 9,302 +2.6%
LF 78.6% 76.1% +2.5 points 78.7% 78.5% +0.2 points

Atlantiske RPM'er 1,177 + 1,099% 7.1 12,291 + 12,087%
ASMs 1,445 1,444 +0.1% 14,706 14,704 0.0%
LF 81.5% 76.1% +5.4 points 83.6% 82.2% +1.4 points

Pacific RPM'er 898 + 841% 6.8 8,508 + 8,260%
ASMs 981 989 -0.8% 9,586 9,465 +1.3%
LF 91.5% 85.0% +6.5 points 88.8% 87.3% +1.5 points

Other* RPMs 399 408 -2.2% 5,317 5,228 +1.7%
ASM'er 518 517 + 0.2% 6,457 6,404 + 0.8%
LF 77.0% 78.9% -1.9 point 82.3% 81.6% +0.7 point

* Includes Australia, the Caribbean, Mexico, Central America and South America