Posted on: 07 January 2015 by Ross McSweeny
Volaris has reported its preliminary traffic results for December 2014 and for the full calendar year.
During December 2014, Volaris says it continued “to demonstrate capacity discipline in the domestic market and growth in the international market. This resulted in total network load factor reaching 82.1%, in line with the same period of 2013.”
Available seat miles (ASMs) in December increased by 7.5% to 1,192 million from 1,108 million, with revenue passenger miles (RPMs) also increasing by 7.5% year over year, reaching 978 million compared with 910 million in December 2013. The rounded total of passengers carried during the month was 992,00, an increase of 13.1% over the rounded 877,000 figure from 12 months earlier.
RPMs for the whole of the year totalled 9,723 million compared with 9,003 million in 2013, an 8.0% increase. ASMs were increased by 8.5% to 11,830 million from 2013’s figure of 10,899 million.
The 2014 full-year load factor was 82.2%, a 0.4 pp drop from 82.6% in 2013. In rounded figures, Volaris carried 9,809,000 passengers in 2014, compared with 8,942,000 in 2013, a 9.7% increase.