February 17, 2003, Moscow. –There have been summed up results of the production and commercial activity of Aeroflot – Russian Airlines for January 2003.
This January Aeroflot transported 391,800 passengers (including 6,700 passengers by charter flights) and 6,900 tons of post and freight. There were made 1.309mln passenger-kilometers and 154.3mln ton-kilometers.
The plan for carriage of passengers on the international air lines (IAL) was exceeded by 1.9%, and for post transporting – by 16.7%.
Volumes of the work increased on the whole according to all the rates in comparison with the level of 2002. They increased by 5.3% according to passenger turnover, by 9.7% according to ton-kilometers, by 8.9% according to carriage of passengers, 14% according to post carriage, 22.1% according to freight carriage. Passengers carriage volumes rise on IAL amounted to 6.7%, and on the home air lines (HAL) it was 15.7%.
The qualitative characteristics have grown. Percentage of enplaned traffic for the month amounted to 52.4%, it increased by 2.8% compared with the last year level. Passenger seats’ occupation rate amounted to 63.3% in January. Income rate per 1 pkm increased in comparison with the last year by 0.8%.
They have flown on the whole in the aircraft fleet by 5.0% of hours more than last year. At the same time air liners have flown by 6.0% of hours more. The plan target on the fly of hours in all the types of liners is fulfilled at 98.6% including passenger air liners where this rate amounted to 100.9%. The average daily fly of hours reached in January: Boeing 777 – 12.4 hours, Boeing 767 – 10.8 hours, Boeing 737 – 10.0 hours, A310 – 9.7 hours IL-96 – 8.5 hours, DS – 6.0 hours, TU-154 – 6.6 hours.
2,300 tons of fuel was saved during January. Fuel discharge intensity amounted to 541 grams per 1 tkm. The decrease amounted 30 grams compared with the level of the last year. The operational result was improved by 9.4.