Posted on: 12 July 2010 by Ross McSweeny
ExpressJet Holdings, parent company of ExpressJet Airlines has reported traffic and capacity results for June 2010.
Partner flying in June saw ExpressJet revenue passenger miles (RPMs) total 893 million, up 23% from the 726 million in June 2009. Available seat miles (ASMs) flown were 1,073 million compared with 885 million last June, a 21% increase.
ExpressJet’s June load factor for partner flying was 83.3%, up 1.3 percentage points over the 82% achieved in June 2009. The company flew 68,565 block hours and operated 38,619 departures during the month as Continental Express and United Express. During June 2010, ExpressJet operated 206 aircraft as Continental Express and 32 aircraft as United Express.
ExpressJet ended June 2010 with a fleet of 244 aircraft consisting of 206 operating as Continental Express, 32 flying as United Express and six flying within the Corporate Aviation (charter) division.