Hawaiian Airlines Report: More than one million passengers in August

Hawaiian Airlines Report: More than one million passengers in August

Hawaiian Airlines, welcomed more than one million guests in August 2018, a decrease of 0.2 percent over the same period last year.  Total traffic (revenue passenger miles) increased 7.6 percent on an increase of 9.9 percent in capacity (available seat miles).  Load factor decreased 1.8 points to 84.4 percent.

The table below summarizes August and year-to-date traffic statistics compared to the respective prior-year periods.

SYSTEM-WIDE OPERATIONS1

AUGUST

2018

2017

% CHANGE

PAX

1,021,383

1,023,482

(0.2%)

RPMs (000)

1,558,394

1,448,992

7.6%

ASMs (000)

1,847,326

1,681,543

9.9%

LF

84.4%

86.2%

(1.8 pts.)

YEAR-TO-DATE

2018

2017

% CHANGE

PAX

8,030,260

7,678,245

4.6%

RPMs (000)

11,474,899

10,823,498

6.0%

ASMs (000)

13,374,777

12,630,258

5.9%

LF

85.8%

85.7%

0.1 pts.


PAX

Passengers transported

RPM

Revenue Passenger Mile; one paying passenger transported one mile

ASM

Available Seat Mile; one seat transported one mile

LF

Load Factor; percentage of seating capacity filled

1Includes the operations of contract carriers under capacity purchase agreements.

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