LATAM group projects passenger operations 83% for November (measured in available seat-kilometers – ASK) in comparison to the same time period in 2019 (in a pre-pandemic scenario) and maintains its projection to exceed 85% in terms of consolidated operational recovery by the end of the year. This month, the group will hit a major milestone in resuming to fly to the same number of destinations as it did prior to the Covid-19 pandemic in November 2019.
At the same time, the group restarted its routes of Curitiba-Santiago and Antofagasta-Lima, which solidified its regional network connectivity.
LATAM plans to operate approximately 1,347 daily national and international flights this month, connecting 144 destinations across 22 countries. Meanwhile, the cargo business has more than 1,500 flights scheduled. All these projections are subject to changes in the pandemic across the countries in which it operates.
In October 2022, passenger traffic (measured in revenue passenger-kilometers – RPK) was 82.8% compared to the same time period in 2019, based on an operation measured in ASK (available seat-kilometers) of 81.9% compared to October 2019. This suggests that the load factor increased 0.9%, reaching 83.3%.
For cargo, the load factor was 55.4%, corresponding to an increase of 0.7 points compared to September 2019.
LATAM Airlines Group Estimated Operations, November 2022
(passenger operations measured in ASK / cargo operations measured in ATK)
*Belly: merchandise transported in the cargo hold (lower deck) of the aircraft.
Operational Estimate by Segment vs. 2019 – November 2022
(measured in ASK)
Note: While Argentina’s domestic operations are considered in the 2019 operational statistics above, LATAM announced the indefinite cessation of its domestic passenger and cargo operations in Argentina on June 17, 2020.
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