Posted on: 04 February 2016 by Mark Howells
Volaris has revealed its January 2016 preliminary traffic results including an almost 6 percentage point increase in the scheduled service load factor.
During January 2016, Volaris increased its available seat miles (ASMs) for scheduled and charter flights by 22.2% to 1,364 million from 1,117 million in response to strong demand in its domestic and international markets. Revenue passenger miles (RPMs) for scheduled and charter flights totalled 1,172 million, an increase of 31.0% compared with the 895 million recorded last January.
Volaris transported a total of 1.2 million for scheduled and charter passengers during the month, an increase of 32.2% year over year.
The announced load factor, for scheduled services only, was 85.9%, up by 5.8 percentage points from 80.1% in January 2015.