Aeroflot Group passenger traffic up 14.5% in January 2019

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Aeroflot PJSC today announces operating results for Aeroflot Group (“the Group”) and Aeroflot – Russian Airlines (“the Company”) for January 2019[1].

January 2019 Operating Highlights

In January 2019, Aeroflot Group carried 4.2 million passengers, a year-on-year increase of 14.5%. Aeroflot airline carried 2.8 million passengers, a year-on-year increase of 13.4%.

Group and Company RPKs were up 14.3% and 9.6% year-on-year, respectively. ASKs rose by 16.4% for Aeroflot Group and by 12.3% for Aeroflot airline.

Aeroflot Group’s passenger load factor was 75.9%, representing a 1.4 percentage point decrease versus the same period a year earlier. The passenger load factor at Aeroflot – Russian Airlines decreased by 1.8 percentage points year-on-year to 73.2%.

Fleet update

In January 2019, Aeroflot Group added two Boeing 737-800. One DHC8-300 was phased-out. As of 31 January 2019, the Group fleet had 367 aircraft.

There were no changes in Aeroflot airline fleet in January 2019. As of 31 January 2019, the Company fleet had 253 aircraft.

  Net changes in the fleet Number of aircraft[2]

as of 31.01.2019 

  January 2019
Aeroflot Group +1 367
Aeroflot airline 253

 

Aeroflot Group Operating Results

January
2019
January
2018
Change
Passengers carried, thousand PAX 4,221 3,686      14.5%
– international 1,916 1,667      15.0%
– domestic 2,305 2,019      14.2%
Revenue Passenger Kilometres, mn 11,179 9,781 14.3%
– international 6,877 6,053      13.6%
– domestic 4,302 3,728      15.4%
Available Seat Kilometres, mn 14,732 12,661      16.4%
– international 9,089 7,831      16.1%
– domestic 5,643 4,830      16.8%
Passenger load factor, % 75.9% 77.3%         (1.4 p.p.)
– international 75.7% 77.3%         (1.6 p.p.)
– domestic 76.2% 77.2%         (1.0 p.p.)
Cargo and mail carried, tonnes 19,912 21,379       (6.9%)
– international 11,672 13,070     (10.7%)
– domestic 8,240 8,310      (0.8%)
Revenue Cargo Tonne Kilometres, mn 81 93     (12.6%)
– international 52 62     (16.6%)
– domestic 29 30      (4.2%)
Revenue Tonne Kilometres, mn 1,087 973      11.7%
– international 671 607      10.5%
– domestic 416 366      13.8%
Available Tonne Kilometres, mn 1,758 1,500      17.2%
– international 1,102 935      17.9%
– domestic 655 565      16.0%
Revenue load factor, % 61.9% 64.9%         (3.0 p.p.)
– international 60.9% 64.9%         (4.1 p.p.)
– domestic 63.5% 64.8%         (1.3 p.p.)
Revenue flights 35,164 30,268      16.2%
– international 14,969 12,718      17.7%
– domestic 20,195 17,550      15.1%
Flight hours 97,334 83,411      16.7%

 

Aeroflot – Russian Airlines Operating Results

Показатель January
2019
January
2018
Change
Passengers carried, thousand PAX 2,784 2,455      13.4%
– international 1,457 1,321      10.3%
– domestic 1,327 1,134      17.0%
Revenue Passenger Kilometres, mn 7,716 7,040 9.6%
– international 5,308 4,868       9.0%
– domestic 2,408 2,172      10.9%
Available Seat Kilometres, mn 10,544 9,385      12.3%
– international 7,231 6,515      11.0%
– domestic 3,314 2,870      15.4%
Passenger load factor, % 73.2% 75.0%         (1.8 p.p.)
– international 73.4% 74.7%         (1.3 p.p.)
– domestic 72.7% 75.7%         (3.0 p.p.)
Cargo and mail carried, tonnes 13,636 16,445     (17.1%)
– international 9,536 11,951     (20.2%)
– domestic 4,099 4,495      (8.8%)
Revenue Cargo Tonne Kilometres, mn 62 78     (20.8%)
– international 46 59     (22.5%)
– domestic 16 19     (15.5%)
Revenue Tonne Kilometres, mn 756 712        6.3%
– international 524 497       5.3%
– domestic 233 214       8.6%
Available Tonne Kilometres, mn 1,269 1,129      12.5%
– international 887 793      11.8%
– domestic 383 336      14.0%
Revenue load factor, % 59.6% 63.0%         (3.5 p.p.)
– international 59.1% 62.7%         (3.7 p.p.)
– domestic 60.7% 63.8%         (3.1 p.p.)
Revenue flights 24,199 20,594      17.5%
– international 11,839 10,422      13.6%
– domestic 12,360 10,172      21.5%
Flight hours 69,691 59,980      16.2%

 

[1] Management accounts.

[2] Excluding aircraft leased or subleased out.

Moscow, 20 February 2019

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