The LATAM Group handled an incredible 5.9 million passengers in June 2023, which is 26.5% higher than the same period last year.
Through its inauguration of seven new routes to its recently launched commercial agreement with Delta Air Lines, the Group is performing well.
Without further ado, let’s get into it…
How Is The LATAM Group Performing Currently?
The LATAM Group currently operates around 1,450 flights per day across all of its subsidiaries, which are broken down into the following:
- Brazil: 750 daily flights.
- Colombia: 225 daily flights.
- Ecuador: 57 daily flights.
- Peru: 262 daily flights.
Within the 5.9 million passengers handled in June, load factors increased by 3.1 percentage points to 83.0%.
Passenger traffic, which is measured in revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs), increased by 33% compared to the same period last year.
Operations measured in available seat kilometers (ASKs) also rose by 28.1%, which is showing strong growth within the group.
The above table shows an overall breakdown of the figures into Domestic, Domestic Brazil, as well as international operations and its cargo flights too.
What remains clear is that the LATAM Group is making major improvements across all of its subsidiaries, which is reflective of the exploding travel demand within South America.
All eyes will be on the group to see how much further they can take this growth.
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