SAS Handles 1.6m Passengers in Final Month of 2023

SAS Handles 1.6m Passengers in Final Month of 2023
Photo Credit: James Field/AviationSource

Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has this week released their final traffic report of 2023, handling 1.6m passengers in December.

The full stats for this are as follows:

SAS total traffic (scheduled and charter)Dec23Change1Nov23- Dec23Change 1
ASK (Mill.)3,02711.5%6,29211.4%
RPK (Mill.)2,21914.1%4,57015.4%
Load factor73.3%1.6 pp72.6%2.5 pp
No. of passengers (000)1,5646.4%3,4048.5%

SAS Handles 1.6m Passengers in Final Month of 2023…


SAS Handles 1.6m Passengers in Final Month of 2023
Photo Credit: James Field/AviationSource

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Commenting on the results was SAS‘ CEO Anko van der Werff who said the following:

“1.6 million passengers traveled with SAS in December, which represents a passenger volume increase of 6 percent compared to last year.”

“In December, Skellefteå City Airport became the first individual airport in Sweden to join SAS’s Corporate Sustainability program, and we hope this partnership will inspire other companies to join and be part of the journey to transform aviation for generations to come.”

“SAS is also expanding its flight offerings and increasing capacity in the summer traffic program. This summer, SAS will fly to over 130 destinations in more than 40 countries, with added frequencies to popular destinations in Europe, North America and Asia and nine new destinations in Europe,”

Looking ahead, all eyes will be on what 2024 will look like for the airline, especially in the context of coming out of Chapter 11 Bankruptcy and moving forward with their FORWARD plan.

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