Brussels Airlines records a load factor increase in February
In February 2013, 364,207 passengers have traveled with Brussels Airlines. This is a slight decrease compared to the same period last year, but is in line with the decreased number of seats offered on the European network. The number of passengers that flew on Brussels Airlines’ long-haul network increased by 1,6 percent.
The freight volume, expressed in freight ton/kilometres, increased by 32,8 percent.
The passenger figures only reflect the scheduled flights of Brussels Airlines. The passengers of charter flights operated by Brussels Airlines on behalf of tour operators are not included.
|February 2013||February 2012||month/month difference in percent|
|Available seat-kilometres (2 dec. pts)||943.02||905.95||+ 4.1|
|Revenue seat-kilometres (2 dec. pts)||583.43||552.89||+ 5.5|
|Freight ton-kilometres (no dec. pts.)||13,258||9,980||+ 32.8|
|Overall Loadfactor (Passengers & freight)||56.9%||55.7 %||+ 1.2 pct points|
|Passenger Load Factor (PLF)||61,9 %||61,1 %||+ 0.8 pct points|