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16-Oct-2009 1:58 PM

Brazil airlines report 30% increase in Sep-2009 domestic traffic, TAM up 9%

Brazil’s National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) reports (15-Oct-2009) the following traffic highlights in Sep-2009:

  • Passenger traffic (RPKs):
    • Domestic: +29.9% year-on-year;
      • TAM: +8.6%;
      • GOL: +36.4%;
      • WebJet: +111.9%;
      • Azul*: n/a;
      • Oceanair: +28.7%;
      • Trip: +46.2%;
      • Passaredo: +119.5%;
      • Pantanal: -6.9%;
      • Total: -5.5%;
      • Air Minas: +34.2%;
      • Meta: -35.7%;
      • NHT: -27.6%;
      • Sete: n/a;
      • Rico: -62.6%;
      • Team: -36.6%;
      • Abaete: +1.0%;
      • Puma Air: -16.5%;
    • International: +8.2%;
      • TAM: +15.0%;
      • GOL: -22.4%;
      • Meta: -13.1%;
  • Load factor:
    • Domestic: 66.4%;
      • TAM: 65.4%;
      • GOL: 67.2%;
      • WebJet: 65.1%;
      • Azul: 80.4%;
      • Oceanair: 63.4%;
      • Trip: 53.8%;
      • Passaredo: 70.5%;
      • Pantanal: 54.3%;
      • Total: 87.5%;
      • Air Minas: 50.8%;
      • Meta: 88.5%;
      • NHT: 42.2%;
      • Sete: 60.3%;
      • Rico: 56.8%;
      • Team: 31.3%;
      • Abaete: 49.0%;
      • Puma Air: 27.3%;
    • International: 73.7%;
      • TAM: 76.1%;
      • GOL: 60.4%;
      • Meta: 88.5%.
  • *Azul commenced operations in Dec-2008

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