Up to 100,000 additional AN/SSQ-53, 16,000 AN/SSQ-101 and 10,000 AN/SSQ-62 sonobuoys will be supplied to the USN.
Frontier Airlines reports November 2008 traffic
Frontier Airlines Holdings has announced preliminary traffic results for November 2008 for both Frontier's mainline operation as well as its wholly-owned subsidiary, Lynx Aviation. Lynx began revenue service with its Bombardier Q400s in December 2007, so only the current month, fiscal year-to-date and calendar year-to-date are presented for the carrier.
Mainline results show that in November 2008, Frontier Airlines had a load factor of 78.5%, an increase of 0.4 points over November 2007. Revenue passenger miles decreased by 14.9% to 671,655,000 and available seat miles were down 15.2% to 855,572,000 from the same period last year. The airline carried 756,435 passengers, a 9.1% decrease from November 2007.
Lynx Aviation reported revenue passenger miles of 26,291,000 and available seat miles of 49,064,000 in November, resulting in a load factor of 53.6%. The airline carried 70,933 passengers during the month.
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