Great Lakes Aviation’s October traffic data announced

Great Lakes Aviation has reported preliminary passenger traffic results for the month of October 2014, which still reflect the airline’s decision earlier this year – related to pilot rules – to remove 10 seats from each of its Beech 1900Ds.

Revenue passenger miles (RPMs) in October totalled 3,964,000, a decrease of 64.5% compared with the 11,177,000 generated in October 2013. Available seat miles (ASMs) were cut by 67.3% to 8,823,000 from 26,959,000 for the respective periods.

The load factor in October 2014 was 44.9%, up by 3.4 percentage points from the 41.5% last October. Great Lakes carried 13,978 passengers compared with 39,161 carried in October 2013, a 64.3% decrease.

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