American’s trans-Pacific traffic climbs 14%

Strong demand on trans-Pacific routes helped American Airlines’ performance data for February. The US-based carrier’s Asia Pacific routes saw a 13.9% year-on-year rise in traffic, contributing to an overall 2.2% increase in global demand for American’s flights. Load factor on the trans-Pacific routes actually fell 5.5 points to 72.5% however, as the airline added an extra 22.5% of capacity. In total American boarded almost six million passengers in February at a load factor of 74.8%.

 

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