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Better Passenger Load Factor Due to Integrated Capacity Management

In July 2001, the Austrian Airlines Group member airlines (Austrian Airlines, Lauda Air, Tyrolean Airways, Rheintalflug) transported more than 900,000 passengers. On scheduled services a growth of 2.0 % in passenger numbers was achieved. While the capacity offered (seat kilometers) remained almost unchanged from the previous year, scheduled transportation services (passenger kilometers) increased by 4.3 %. The passenger load factor on scheduled services went up by 2.9 percentage points to 76.7 %.

The cumulative traffic statistics for the first seven months of 2001 also show a continued improvement of the passenger load factor. During the first seven months of 2001, 4.97 million passengers were transported, which is 3.7 % or 177,000 more passengers than during the same period of the previous year. On scheduled services capacity was increased by 1.2 %. Revenue passenger kilometers, however, rose by 5.0 %. Hence, the load factor went up by 2.5 percentage points to 69.4 %.

Because of reallocated production among the airlines operating within the Austrian Airlines Group, traffic growth varies between the individual member companies.

end of ad hoc announcement (c) DGAP 22.08.2001 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- WKN: 062015; Index: ATX Listed: Amtlicher Handel in Wien; Freiverkehr in Berlin, Frankfurt, München, Stuttgart

221132 Aug 01

Autor: DGAP import (),11:35 22.08.2001

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