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Great Lakes Aviation reports February 2009 traffic

10th March 2009 - 11:09 GMT | by The Shephard News Team


Great Lakes Aviation has announced its preliminary passenger traffic results for February 2009.

Revenue passenger miles (RPMs) totalled 9,634,000, a 21.5% decrease on February 2008's 12,265,000. Capacity, in available seat miles (ASMs), increased by 13.5% to 30,785,000 for the month, compared with 27,122,000 in the same period last year.

This resulted in a 13.9 percentage point year-on-year decrease in the load factor, from 45.21% to 31.29% with total passengers carried falling by 23.0% from 45,517 in February 2008 to 35,042 in February 2009.

The revenue per available seat mile in February 2009 was 28.54 cents, down 5.4% from February 2008's figure of 30.17 cents.

Great Lakes provides scheduled passenger service at 65 airports in 17 US states with a fleet of Embraer EMB-120 Brasilias and Raytheon/Beech 1900D regional airliners. All scheduled flights are operated under the Great Lakes Airlines marketing identity in conjunction with codeshare agreements with United Airlines and/or Frontier Airlines at its Albuquerque, Billings, Denver, Phoenix, Kansas City, MO and Ontario, CA hubs.  The company also operates hubs in Milwaukee and St Louis.

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