The intra-European flight offer attracted 15.7% more guests. North America flights registered a passenger growth of 7.6%. 2.3% more passengers boarded one of the Africa flights. The new destination Mumbai also yielded very good results.
With a passenger increase of 15.3%, Brussels Airlines was one of the fastest growing European airlines of the month of June.
The Brussels Airlines freight activity, expressed in Revenue Ton Kilometre (RTK), recorded a growth of over 19 percentage points.
In addition to its scheduled flight activity, Brussels Airlines operated throughout the month of June many holiday and ad-hoc flights for tour operators. Passenger results of this activity are not included in the figures of this press release.
|Month||Month||VLY difference in %|
|— Passengers Europe||708,290||611,922||15.7%|
|— Passengers Africa||78,027||76,285||2.3%|
|— Passengers North America||34,351||31,927||7.6%|
|— Passengers Middle East||18,044||15,728||14.7%|
|— Passengers Asia||9,722||/||/|
|Available seat-kilometers (ASK)||1,773,088,609||1,589,891,502||11.5%|
|Revenue Passenger-Kilometers (RPK)||1,412,761,032||1,206,494,315||17.1%|
|Passenger Load Factor (%)||79.7%||75.9%||3.8%pt|
|Available Ton-Kilometers (ATK)||211,300||188,925||11.8%|
|Revenue Ton-Kilometers (RTK)||162,707||136,367||19.3%|
|Cargo Load Factor (%)||65.2%||53.0%||12.2%pt|
|Based on the latest available passenger data|
Tuesday, July 11, 2017