AIR FRANCE-KLM JANUARY 2010 TRAFFIC RESULTS


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AIR FRANCE-KLM JANUARY 2010 TRAFFIC RESULTS

AIR FRANCE-KLM JANUARY 2010 TRAFFIC RESULTS



JANUARY 2010 TRAFFIC: Passenger 1.4 point improvement in load factor to 78.0%. Traffic down 1.6% and capacity reduced by 3.4%. Cargo
Traffic up 2% with 11.4% reduction in capacity. Strong improvement in load factor (+8.5 points) to 64.3%

Paris – Passenger business: Traffic declined 1.6% in January with capacity reduced by 3.4%, leading to a 1.4 improvement in the load factor to 78.0%. The group carried a total of 5.1 million passengers (-3.2%). Activity levels were affected by the adverse weather conditions as well as two days of strikes by French air traffic controllers. Year-on-year changes benefit from a favourable comparison base, with the exception of the Americas and Africa and Middle East networks which recorded rises in both traffic and capacity in January 2009.

Despite an improvement in long-haul, unit revenue per available seat kilometer (RASK) remained below last year’s level.

  • On the Americas network the load factor rose 3.5 points to 83.8% on the back of a decline in traffic of 0.5% and a capacity reduction of 4.6%. Load factors improved in both North and Latin America.  

  • On the Asia network traffic was virtually stable (-0.5%) with capacity down by 1.7%. The load factor gained 1.0 point to 84.6%, confirming the progressive recovery in demand on this network. 

  • On the Africa and Middle East network traffic declined at almost the same rate as capacity (-2.7% and -2.9% respectively). The load factor was slightly up at 76.4% (+0.2 points). 

  • The Caribbean and Indian Ocean network saw a 2.2% drop in traffic while capacity rose 1.4%. As a result, the load factor fell 3.0 points to 80.6%. 

  • On the European network, capacity was reduced by 6.6%. The decline in traffic was more limited at 3.9% leading to a 1.8 point improvement in load factor to 61.6%. 

Cargo business

The cargo business benefited from an improved environment, with a slight increase in volumes (+0.6%), a 2.0% rise in traffic and an 11.4% reduction in capacity. The load factor gained 8.5 points to 64.3%. The Asia network saw a marked recovery both in terms of volumes and traffic. Unit revenue per available ton kilometre (RATK) continued to improve, recording a slight rise compared to a year earlier.

 

STATISTICS

Passenger activity (in millions)

 

 

January

 

 

Year to date

Total Group

2010

2009

Variation

 

2009-10

2008-09

Variation

Passengers carried (000s)

5,085

5,253

(3.2%)

 

60,721

63,871

(4.9%)

Revenue pax-kilometers (RPK)

15,867

16,125

(1.6%)

 

171,697

178,969

(4.1%)

Available seat-kilometers (ASK)

20,338

21,058

(3.4%)

 

212,185

222,180

(4.5%)

Load factor (%)

78.0%

76.6%

1.4

 

80.9%

80.6%

0.4

Europe (including France)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Passengers carried (000s)

3,237

3,387

(4.4%)

 

41,344

43,868

(5.8%)

Revenue pax-kilometers (RPK)

2,498

2,598

(3.9%)

 

33,141

34,956

(5.2%)

Available seat-kilometers (ASK)

4,055

4,344

(6.6%)

 

46,839

49,523

(5.4%)

Load factor (%)

61.6%

59.8%

1.8

 

70.8%

70.6%

0.2

Americas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Passengers carried (000s)

661

664

(0.5%)

 

7,788

8,138

(4.3%)

Revenue pax-kilometers (RPK)

5,065

5,090

(0.5%)

 

58,022

60,758

(4.5%)

Available seat-kilometers (ASK)

6,045

6,340

(4.6%)

 

67,030

71,680

(6.5%)

Load factor (%)

83.8%

80.3%

3.5

 

86.6%

84.8%

1.8

Asia / Pacific

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Passengers carried (000s)

457

453

1.0%

 

4,506

4,729

(4.7%)

Revenue pax-kilometers (RPK)

3,838

3,858

(0.5%)

 

38,674

40,839

(5.3%)

Available seat-kilometers (ASK)

4,536

4,616

(1.7%)

 

45,611

48,141

(5.3%)

Load factor (%)

84.6%

83.6%

1.0

 

84.8%

84.8%

(0.0)

Africa / Middle East

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Passengers carried (000s)

443

453

(2.2%)

 

4,632

4,621

0.2%

Revenue pax-kilometers,(RPK)

2,374

2,439

(2.7%)

 

24,406

24,347

0.2%

Available seat-kilometers,(ASK)

3,106

3,198

(2.9%)

 

30,960

30,421

1.8%

Load factor (%)

76.4%

76.3%

0.2

 

78.8%

80.0%

(1.2)

Caribbean / Indian,Ocean

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Passengers carried (000s)

287

297

(3.3%)

 

2,450

2516

(2.6%)

Revenue pax-kilometers (RPK)

2,092

2,140

(2.2%)

 

17,454

18,070

(3.4%)

Available seat-kilometers (ASK)

2,596

2,561

1.4%

 

21,745

22,416

(3.0%)

Load factor (%)

80.6%

83.6%

(3.0)

 

80.3%

80.6%

(0.3)

 

Cargo activity (in millions)


 

 

January

 

 

Year to date

Total Group

2010

2009 *

Variation

 

2009-10

2008-09 *

Variation

Revenue tonne-km (RTK)

865

848

2.0%

 

9,267

11,038

(16.1%)

Available tonne-km (ATK)

1,345

1,517

(11.4%)

 

14,132

17,053

(17.1%)

Load factor (%)

64.3%

55.9%

8.5

 

65.6%

64.7%

0.8

Europe (including France)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Revenue tonne-km (RTK)

6

6

(1.7%)

 

62

64

(4.4%)

Available tonne-km (ATK)

38

37

1.0%

 

423

446

(5.1%)

Load factor (%)

14.9%

15.3%

(0.4)

 

14.6%

14.4%

0.1

Americas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Revenue tonne-km (RTK)

331

339

(2.4%)

 

3,491

3,939

(11.4%)

Available tonne-km (ATK)

503

572

(12.0%)

 

5,369

5,989

(10.4%)

Load factor (%)

65.7%

59.2%

6.5

 

65.0%

65.8%

(0.7)

Asia / Pacific

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Revenue tonne-km (RTK)

347

322

7.7%

 

3,868

5,082

(23.9%)

Available tonne-km (ATK)

450

555

(18.8%)

 

5,060

7,322

(30.9%)

Load factor (%)

77.1%

58.0%

19.0

 

76.4%

69.4%

7.0

Africa / Middle East

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Revenue tonne-km (RTK)

146

140

3.9%

 

1,454

1,493

(2.6%)

Available tonne-km (ATK)

251

246

2.0%

 

2,353

2,303

2.1%

Load factor (%)

58.0%

57.0

1.1

 

61.8%

64.8%

(3.0)

Caribbean / Indian Ocean

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Revenue tonne-km (RTK)

36

41

(12.6%)

 

392

460

(14.8%)

Available tonne-km (ATK)

102

107

(4.4%)

 

927

992

(6.6%)

Load factor (%)

35.1%

38.3%

(3.3)

 

42.3%

46.4%

(4.1)

* Including Martinair

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