Air Canada reports October Traffic Results

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By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP November 5, 2015 17:54

Air Canada reports October Traffic Results

For the month of October, Air Canada reported a system-wide capacity increase of 8.6 per cent and a load factor of 82.7 per cent, increasing from 82.1 per cent in October 2014. On this additional capacity, system wide traffic for October increased 9.4 per cent. Air Canada reports traffic results on a system-wide basis, including regional airlines from which Air Canada purchases capacity and Air Canada rouge.

“I am pleased to report continued strong traffic growth of 9.4 per cent and a load factor of 82.7 per cent for the month of October, in line with the previous record for the month set in 2012,” said Calin Rovinescu, President and Chief Executive Officer. “Air Canada generated greater traffic in all markets served led by the U.S. transborder, Pacific and Atlantic markets. These strong results demonstrate the effectiveness of our commercial strategy focusing on international growth.  I would like to thank our customers for choosing Air Canada and our employees for taking care of them while transporting them safely to their destination.”

In addition to the launch this week of non-stop service to Delhi and Dubai, in 2015 Air Canada and Air Canada rouge have introduced new international services to Amsterdam from Toronto, Venice and Mexico City from Montreal, and Osaka from Vancouver. Air Canada has also announced that the airlines will start new international services beginning in 2016 to Brisbane, Lyon, Seoul, London-Gatwick, Casablanca, Prague, Budapest, Glasgow and Warsaw.

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