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AIR FRANCE -KLM Aug. Group Traffic Up 3.4% - Quick Facts

AIR FRANCE -KLM (AFRAF.PK) reported that, for the Total group passenger activity (Air France, KLM, HOP! and Transavia), August traffic, measured in revenue passenger-kilometer, was up 3.4% to 26.576 billion from 25.705 billion, last year. Capacity, measured in available seat-kilometers, was up 1.6% to 29.5 billion from 29.026 billion. Load factor was 90.1%, an improvement of 1.5 percentage points from prior year. Number of passengers rose by 5.1% for the month of August.

For the Total Passenger network (Air France. KLM. HOP!), August traffic, measured in revenue passenger-kilometer, rose 3.3% year-over-year to 23.461 billion from 22.72 billion. Capacity, measured in available seat-kilometers, was up 1.5% to 26.172 billion from 25.783 billion. Load factor was 89.6%, an increase of 1.5 percentage points from prior year. Number of passengers was 7.6 million, up 5.6%.

by RTTNews Staff Writer

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