Air France KLM March 2016 traffic results: 3% more passengers

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  • Passenger network: strict capacity discipline, increase in both traffic and load factor.

Traffic highlights

Passenger network activity (Air France, KLM, HOP!)

Capacity(ASK, %ch.)

Traffic(RPK, %ch.)

Load Factor (%)

Change(pts)

Long-haul

+ 1.1%

+ 2.3%

86.1%

+ 1.0

North America

+ 6.7%

+ 5.8%

87.9%

– 0.7

Latin America

+ 4.6%

+ 6.8%

86.0%

+ 1.8

Asia

– 5.1%

– 5.2%

85.9%

– 0.1

Africa / Middle East

– 1.3%

+ 4.7%

81.6%

+ 4.7

Caribbean / Indian Ocean

+ 3.7%

+ 4.0%

88.9%

+ 0.2

Short and Medium-haul

– 1.5%

+ 3.5%

80.0%

+ 3.9

Total

+ 0.6%

+ 2.5%

84.9%

+ 1.6

  • 6.5 million passengers, +3.0%
  • Strong increase in traffic in all regions of the network, except Asia following the planned reduction in capacity in that region.
  • Load factor up 1.6 pts, most notably within the short and medium-haul network.
  • Unit revenue per available seat kilometer (RASK) ex-currency down compared to March 2015.
Transavia activity

Capacity(ASK, %ch.)

Traffic(RPK, %ch.)

Load Factor (%)

Change (pts)

Total

+ 14.2%

+ 14.6%

90.2%

+ 0.3

  • 0.8 million passengers, +21.3%
  • Increase in capacity driven by Transavia France, up 36.6%.
Total group passenger activity (Air France, KLM, HOP!, Transavia)

Capacity(ASK, %ch.)

Traffic(RPK, %ch.)

Load Factor (%)

Change(pts)

Total

+ 1.3%

+ 3.2%

85.3%

+ 1.6

  • 7.2 million passengers, +4.6%
Cargo activity

Capacity(ATK, %ch.)

Traffic(RTK, %ch.)

Load Factor

(%)

Change (pts)

Total

– 10.7%

– 13.5%

60.4%

 – 2.0

  • Unit revenue per available ton kilometer (RATK) ex-currency clearly down compared to March 2015
Amstelveen, 08 April 2016

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