Sa Septyembre 2019, ang Grupo sa Lufthansa airlines welcomed around 14 million passengers. This shows an increase of 2.3 percent compared to the previous year’s month. The available seat kilometres were up 2.2 percent over the previous year, at the same time, sales increased by 2.4 percent. This results in a seat load factor of 84.7 percent, 0.1 percentage points higher than in the same month last year.
In total, the airlines of the Lufthansa Group carried around 111.6 million passen¬gers in the first nine months of 2019 – a new record for this period. The seat load factor of 82.8 percent also marks an unprecedented figure for the first three quar¬ters of the year.
Ang kapasidad sa kargamento misaka sa 4.1 nga porsyento matag tuig, samtang ang pagbaligya sa kargamento mikunhod og 3.6 porsyento sa kita nga mga termino nga tonelada sa kilometro. Ingon usa ka sangputanan, ang Cargo load factor nagpakita usa ka katugbang nga pagkunhod, nga mikunhod sa 4.7 porsyento nga puntos hangtod 59.3 porsyento.
Network Airlines carry more than 10.1 million passengers
Kauban ang Network Airlines Lufthansa German Airlines, SWISS ug Austrian Airlines carried around 10.1 million passengers in September – 3.0 percent more than in the prior-year period. Compared to the previous year, the available seat kil¬ometres increased by 3.8 percent in September. The sales volume was up by 4.0 percent over the same period. The seat load factor increased by 0.1 percentage points to 84.5 per cent compared with the previous year.
Sa kinatibuk-an, ang Network Airlines nagdala dala sa 81.9 milyon nga mga pasahero sa una nga tulo ka bahin sa 2019, 3.8 porsyento nga labaw pa sa parehas nga panahon sa miaging tuig.
Zurich hub again with strongest passenger growth
In September, the strongest passenger growth of the network airlines was recorded at the Zurich hub with 6.8 percent. The number of passengers increased by 4.3 percent in Vienna and 1.7 percent in Munich. In Frankfurt, the number of passengers during this period remained unchanged at the previous year’s level. The underlying offer also increased to varying degrees: in Munich by 11.8 percent, in Zurich by 3.2 percent, in Vienna by 1.0 percent and in Frankfurt by 0.8 percent.
Lufthansa German Airlines transported around 6.7 million passengers in Septem¬ber, a 1.7 percent increase compared to the same month last year. A 4.4 percent increase in seat kilometres in September corresponds to a 4.6 percent increase in sales. Furthermore, the seat load factor was with 84.2 percent 0.2 percentage points higher than in the same month last year. In total, Lufthansa welcomed around 54.6 million passengers on board in the first nine months of 2019, 2.8 percent more than a year earlier. A 4.1 per cent increase in capacity in the first three quarters was offset by a 5.1 percent increase in sales, resulting in a seat load factor of 82.6 percent (+0.8 percentage points).
Eurowings increase capacity utilization to 85.6 percent
Eurowings (including Brussels Airlines) carried around 3.8 million passengers in September – around 3.6 million on short-haul flights and 264,000 on long-haul flights. This amounts to an increase of 0.3 percent in comparison to the previous year. September capacity was 4.3 percent below its prior-year level, while its sales volume decreased by 4.0 percent, resulting in an increase of seat load factor by 0.3 percentage points to 85.6 percent.
On short-haul services the capacity fell by 0.4 percent and the sales volume by 0.6 percent. This results in a 0.2 percentage points decreased seat load factor of 86.6 percent compared to September 2018. The seat load factor for the long-haul services increased by 1.1 percentage points to 83.2 percent during the same period, following a 12.7 percent decrease in capacity and a 11.5 percent decrease in sales volume, compared to the previous year.
In total, Eurowings (including Brussels Airlines) welcomed around 29.7 million passengers on board in the first nine months of 2019 – 1.4 percent more than in the same period last year. The seat load factor increased by 0.6 percentage points to 82.8 per cent in the first three quarters. During this period, the capacity increased by 0.9 percent and sales by 1.7 percent.