Scandinavian Airlines-SAS issued this traffic report:
During June more than 1.9 million passengers traveled with SAS, an increase of approximately 220% compared to the same month last year. SAS’ capacity increased at the same time by approximately 150% compared with the same period last year. In comparison with last month, the total number of passengers increased with 7% and capacity was increased by 6%. The flown load factor for June was 80%, an improvement of 33 percentage points compared to June last year.
“Overall ticket sales have been positive in June, even if the whole aviation ecosystem still faces challenges in the global ramp-up. The notice of strike from the SAS Scandinavia pilots’ unions started impacting our bookings toward the end of the month. Our customers who for a long time have been longing to travel, had their plans disrupted in the middle of summer peak season, when we were looking forward to flying passengers. We continue our SAS FORWARD restructuring plan in which all stakeholders need to participate in order to secure SAS’ financial stability. To successfully continue the transformation of SAS we filed for Chapter 11 in the US on July 5. Update on the progress will be published once available”, says Anko van der Werff, President & CEO of SAS.
Copyright Photo: Jay Selman.
|SAS scheduled traffic||Jun22||Change1||Nov21- Jun22||Change1|
|Passenger load factor||79.4%||31.5 pp||65.0%||31.5 pp|
|No. of passengers (000)||1,812||197.5%||10,424||263.4%|
|Geographical development, schedule||Jun22 vs. Jun21||Nov21- Jun22 vs. Nov20-Jun21|
|SAS charter traffic||Jun22||Change1||Nov21- Jun22||Change1|
|Load factor||87.2%||46.7 pp||83.5%||44.1 pp|
|No. of passengers (000)||133||2,879.2%||360||4,293.6%|
|SAS total traffic (scheduled and charter)||Jun22||Change1||Nov21- Jun22||Change1|
|Load factor||80.3%||32.5 pp||66.1%||32.5 pp|
|No. of passengers (000)||1,946||217.1%||10,784||274.9%|
1 Change compared to same period last year, p p = percentage points
|Preliminary yield and PASK||Jun22||Nominal change1||FX adjusted change|
|Punctuality (arrival 15 min)||67.7%|
|Change in total CO2 emissions||133.4 %|
|Change in CO2 emissions per available seat kilometer,||-0.9%|
|Carbon offsetting of passenger related emissions||39.6%|
RPK – Revenue passenger kilometers
ASK – Available seat kilometers
Load factor – RPK/ASK
Yield – Passenger revenues/RPK (scheduled)
PASK – Passenger revenues/ASK (scheduled)
Change in CO2 emissions per available seat kilometers – SAS passenger related carbon emissions divided with total available seat kilometers (incl non-revenue and EuroBonus tickets), rolling 12 months vs rolling 12 months previous year
Carbon offsetting of passenger related emissions – Share of SAS passenger related carbon emissions compensated by SAS (EuroBonus members, youth tickets and SAS’ staff travel) during the month
From fiscal year 2020 we report change in CO2 emissions in total and per Available Seat Kilometers (ASK) to align with our overall goal to reduce our total CO2 emissions by 25% by 2025, compared to 2005.
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