Icelandair Traffic Data for June 2017: Positive numbers from all divisions except hotel occupancy which is 4,5% down

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Icelandair Traffic data

The Company carried 488 thousand passengers on international flights in June.  The number of passengers was up by 11% as compared to June last year.  The capacity increase totalled 11% between years.

The passenger load factor was 85.4% compared to 83.7% at the same time last year. The number of passengers on domestic and regional flights was 33 thousand in June, increasing by 9% between years.

The capacity was increased by 11% compared to June 2016.  The load factor was 66.8% increasing by 0.3 percentage points between years. Sold block hours in charter flights increased by 37% between years.

Cargo transport increased by 25% year-on-year. The number of sold room nights at our Hotels was up by 5% compared to previous year.

The room utilisation was 80.0%, compared to 84.5% in June last year. Last-minute traffic was less than expected together with more group cancellations than last year.

INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTSJUN 17JUN 16CHG (%)YTD 17YTD 16CHG (%)
Number of Passengers487,665439,32611%1,748,3181,544,79013%
Load Factor85.4%83.7%1.7 ppt81.0%80.5%0.5 ppt
Available Seat KM (ASK´000,000)1,789.81,608.711%6,653.55,811.514%
DOMESTIC AND REGIONAL FLIGHTSJUN 17JUN 16CHG (%)YTD 17YTD 16CHG (%)
Number of Passengers33,14530,2869%160,528148,3438%
Load Factor66.8%66.5%0.3 ppt65.3%69.0%-3.7 ppt
Available Seat KM (ASK´000,000)21.319.211%90.778.615%
CHARTER FLIGHTSJUN 17JUN 16CHG (%)YTD 17YTD 16CHG (%)
Fleet Utilisation100.0%100.0%0.0 ppt96.2%96.8%-0.6 ppt
Sold Block Hours2,4761,80837%12,66311,7208%
CARGOJUN 17JUN 16CHG (%)YTD 17YTD 16CHG (%)
Freight Tonne KM (FTK´000)10,7738,58725%54,22653,0682%
HOTELSJUN 17JUN 16CHG (%)YTD 17YTD 16CHG (%)
Available Hotel Room Nights40,22636,31411%176,433156,28213%
Sold Hotel Room Nights32,16230,6695%138,421121,66514%
Utilisation of Hotel Rooms80.0%84.5%-4.5 ppt78.5%77.8%0.6 ppt

 

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