Norwegian reports increased unit revenue and higher load factor in August
Norwegian carried more than 3.5 million passengers in August. The unit revenue increased by three percent and the load factor was 90 percent, up 0.4 percentage points.
A total of 3,503,913 passengers chose to fly with Norwegian in August. The total traffic (RPK) increased by five percent and the capacity growth (ASK) was four percent.
“Our growth is slowing down, in line with our strategy, and we are glad to see an increased unit revenue this month compared to the same month last year. We are also pleased that bookings are looking solid going forward, especially on intercontinental routes and in the Nordics,” said Acting CEO and CFO of Norwegian, Geir Karlsen.
The continued fleet renewal contributed to a further reduction of CO2 emissions in august from 70 to 69 grams per passenger kilometre compared to the same period last year. With an average age of 3.8 years, Norwegian has one of the world’s most environmentally friendly fleets. Thanks to its new fleet, the company has reduced its per passenger emissions by 30 percent since 2008.
Norwegian operated 99.4 percent of the scheduled flights in August, whereof 76,2 percent departed on time. The company’s on-time performance was impacted negatively due to general summer delays in European airspace, which was outside of Norwegian’s control. The use of wetlease aircraft in August also affected the on-time performance negatively.
There are files associated with this article. You can download them below.
You need to be logged in to download files.