In 2016: Avianca Holdings and its subsidiaries carried more than 29 million passengers​

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The FINANCIAL — In December, the subsidiary companies of Avianca Holdings S.A. transported 2,629,433 passengers, an increase of 4.9% compared to December 2015.

Capacity, measured in ASKs (available seat kilometers), increased 5.7%, while passenger traffic, measured in RPKs (revenue passenger kilometers), increased 10.2%. The load factor for the month was 83.8%, an increase of 340 bps compared to the same period of 2015.

Between January and December 2016, the subsidiary companies of Avianca Holdings S.A. transported 29,479,948 passengers, a 4.2% increase with respect to 2015.Capacity, measured in ASKs (available seat kilometers), increased 5.9%, while passenger traffic, measured in RPKs (revenue passenger kilometers), increased 7.8%. The load factor for the year ended at 81.1%, according to Avianca.

Domestic markets in Colombia, Peru and Ecuador

In December, the subsidiary airlines of Avianca Holdings transported within each of these markets a total of 1,518,526 travelers, an increase of 1.5% compared to December 2015. Capacity (ASKs) increased 0.5% while passenger traffic (RPKs) increased 1.7%. The load factor for the month was 81.6%, an increase of 90 bps compared to the same period of 2015.

International markets

In December, the affiliated airlines of Avianca Holdings transported 1,110,907 passengers on international routes, up 9.8% compared to December 2015. Capacity (ASKs) increased 7.0%, while passenger traffic (RPKs) increased 12.4%. The load factor for the month was 84.3%, an increase of 400 bps when compared to the same period of 2015.

 

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