Passenger traffic up 15.2% in Russia

Victoria
By Victoria November 7, 2012 17:38

Passenger traffic up 15.2% in Russia

During the first nine months of 2012, Russian airlines carried 57 million passengers – an increase of 15.2% compared to the year-ago period.
The Russian Federal Air Transport Agency/Rosaviatsia reported that international traffic was up 22.2% to 29.9 million passengers and domestic traffic increased 8.3% to 27 million. Load factor was 79.4%, up 1.6 points, while Russia’s five biggest airlines expanded their total market share to 62.4% from 56.4%.
Aeroflot passenger traffic rose by 26.1% during the period and the airline carried 13.3 million passengers. Transaero Airlines carried 8.07 million passengers, up 23.1%. UTair carried 5.9 million passengers, up 43.1%. Sibir, which is working under the S7 Airlines brand, said it transported 4.8 million passengers, up 24.3%. St. Petersburg-based Rossiya reported carrying 3.36 million passengers, up 23.9%.

Victoria
By Victoria November 7, 2012 17:38
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