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Re: Brussels Airlines' monthly traffic figures

Post by sn26567 » 21 Apr 2019, 14:30

Atlantis wrote:
11 Apr 2019, 23:15
The number of pax, in %, during March was again the highest one for Brussels Airlines for the whole LH Group. SN saw an increase of more than 15%!!!!!! while Eurowings had a drop of more than 2%
I'm afraid that the real figures are less buoyant:

Pax: 767,053 (-1.4%, due to bmi bankruptcy and strikes at skeyes and in Italy)
LF: 79.2% (-0.3%)

For Brussels Airport, the figures (published elsewhere) were:

Pax: 1,999,343 (+1.9%)

Thus, for the first time since many months, the market share of SN at BRU has decreased.
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Re: Brussels Airlines' monthly traffic figures

Post by Poiu » 21 Apr 2019, 18:28

sn26567 wrote:
21 Apr 2019, 14:30
Pax: 767,053 (-1.4%, due to bmi bankruptcy and strikes at skeyes and in Italy)
LF: 79.2% (-0.3%)

For Brussels Airport, the figures (published elsewhere) were:

Pax: 1,999,343 (+1.9%)

Thus, for the first time since many months, the market share of SN at BRU has decreased.
You have a short memory André, it is the second month in a row!
Whilst the decrease in pax numbers is logical due to strikes, the decreasing LF is not good at all, if some flights are cancelled LF should go up.
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Re: Brussels Airlines' monthly traffic figures

Post by convair » 22 Apr 2019, 11:39

Poiu wrote:
21 Apr 2019, 18:28
sn26567 wrote:
21 Apr 2019, 14:30
Pax: 767,053 (-1.4%, due to bmi bankruptcy and strikes at skeyes and in Italy)
LF: 79.2% (-0.3%)

For Brussels Airport, the figures (published elsewhere) were:

Pax: 1,999,343 (+1.9%)

Thus, for the first time since many months, the market share of SN at BRU has decreased.
You have a short memory André, it is the second month in a row!
Whilst the decrease in pax numbers is logical due to strikes, the decreasing LF is not good at all, if some flights are cancelled LF should go up.
A (partial) explanation for the lower LF could be the use of bigger planes to Bromma:
all other things remaining equal, an additional 40 seats per flight X 3 flights per day X 2 (return) X (about) 1250 km X 31 days make an additional 9.3 million ASK, i.e., on the March 2018 ASK of 1661715000, an increase of 0.56%.
QED :)

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Re: Brussels Airlines' monthly traffic figures

Post by sn26567 » 16 May 2019, 15:09

April 2019 figures compared to April 2018:

Pax: 918,967 (-0.2%) - Detail: -1.3% in Europe, +7.1% on North Atlantic, +14.4% Africa
LF: 83% (+0.2%)
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