Aeromexico Handles Over Two Million Passengers in November

Aeromexico Handles Over Two Million Passengers in November
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Aeromexico has revealed this week the handling of over two million passengers in November 2023, as the airline remains steady in this perspective.

The Mexico-city based carrier has been progressing strongly, with the rolling 12-month periods producing strong results.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Aeromexico Handles Over Two Million Passengers in November…


Aeromexico Handles Over Two Million Passengers in November
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For November 2023, Aeromexico handled 2,029,000 passengers, which is 0.5% lower than the same period last year, where 2,040,000 passengers were transported.

However, in the cumulative 12 month rolling period, the carrier has handled over 22.5m passengers, which is an increase of 15% compared to the same period last year at 19.6m.

Load factors at the carrier increased by 1.6% to 83.6%, with international load factors rising 0.4% and domestic rising by 3.6%.

Below is the full breakdown provided by Aeromexico on this:

Source: Aeromexico.

Total capacity at the carrier, which is measured in available seat kilometers (ASKs), rose by 1.6% overall, with demand rising by 3.6% year-on-year.

However, domestic demand decreased by 4.5% compared to November 2022.

What we can see from the data is that the Mexican carrier isn’t progressing too badly at this time, especially with the external pressures observed over the course of this year.

For example, back in September, they had to speak out on flight cuts being made at Mexico City International Airport from 52 to 43 as of October 29.

Despite this, Aeromexico has come out the other side in not too bad of a state, and is expected to handle more passengers in 2023 than last year.

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