December 2017

SAS traffic figures – November 2017

• During the autumn/winter 2016, SAS’s load factors and volumes were record high following SAS 70 year’s anniversary campaign. This year’s decline in volume, load factor and increased yield reflect a normalization of the traffic volumes. • Scheduled traffic (RPK) decreased 6.1% and the capacity (ASK) was up 0.9%. • The load factor decreased by 5.1 p.u. versus last year to 68.6%. • Scheduled number of passengers amounted to 2.3 million in November. • The preliminary currency adjusted yield and PASK increased 9% and 1% respectively in November 2017 vs. last year. The nominal yield increased 6% and the PASK decreased 2% in November 2017 vs. last year.
November 2017

SAS traffic figures – October 2017

• Scheduled traffic (RPK) decreased 3% and the capacity (ASK) was up 2%. • The load factor decreased by 3.8 p.u. versus last year to 74.9%. • Scheduled number of passengers amounted to 2.6 million in October. • The preliminary currency adjusted yield and PASK increased 9% and 4% respectively in October 2017 vs. last year. The nominal yield and PASK increased 7% and 2% respectively in October 2017 vs. last year.
October 2017

SAS traffic figures – September 2017

• Scheduled traffic (RPK) increased 0.8% and the capacity (ASK) was up 2.7%.• The load factor decreased by 1.4 p.u. versus last year to 76.2%.• Scheduled number of passengers amounted to 2.6 million in September• The preliminary currency adjusted yield increased 1% and the PASK was down 1% in September 2017 vs. last year. The nominal yield was unchanged and the PASK was down 2% in September 2017 vs. last year.
September 2017

SAS traffic figures August 2017

• Scheduled traffic (RPK) increased 2.3% and the capacity (ASK) was up 6.4%.• The load factor decreased by 3.2 p.u. versus last year to 78%.• Scheduled number of passengers was flat and amounted to 2.5 million passengers in August• The preliminary currency adjusted and nominal yield respective PASK increased 5% and 1% in August 2017 vs. last year.
August 2017

SAS traffic figures July 2017

• Scheduled traffic (RPK) increased 6.7% and the capacity (ASK) was up 8.8%. • The load factor decreased by 1.7 p.u. versus last year to 86.5%. • Scheduled number of passengers increased by 2.2% to 2.5 million passengers in July, the highest number of passengers that SAS has transported in July. • The preliminary currency adjusted yield increased 1% and the PASK decreased 1% in July 2017 vs. last year. The nominal yield increased 2% and the nominal PASK was unchanged vs. last year.
July 2017

SAS traffic figures June 2017

• Scheduled traffic (RPK) increased 6.2% and the capacity (ASK) was up 7.1%.• The load factor decreased by 0.7 p.u. versus last year to 80.8%.• Scheduled number of passengers increased by 3.4% to 2.7 million passengers in June.• The preliminary currency adjusted yield was unchanged and the PASK was down 1% in June 2017 vs. last year. The nominal yield increased 3% and the nominal PASK increased 2% vs. last year.
June 2017

SAS traffic figures – May 2017

• Scheduled traffic (RPK) increased 8.0% and the capacity (ASK) was up 7.2%. • The load factor increased by 0.5 p.u. versus last year to 74.0%. • Scheduled number of passengers increased by 3.3% to a record of 2.6 million passengers for May. • The preliminary currency adjusted yield was down 3% and the PASK was down 2% in May 2017 vs. last year. The nominal yield was unchanged and the nominal PASK increased 1% vs. last year.
May 2017

SAS traffic figures – April 2017

• Scheduled traffic (RPK) increased 15.8% and the capacity (ASK) was up 6.6%.• The load factor was positively affected by the timing of the Easter holiday and increased by 6.1 p.u. versus last year to 75.7%.• SAS carried 2.4 million scheduled passengers in April, up 2.4% vs. last year.• The preliminary currency adjusted yield and PASK were down 10% and 2% in April 2017. The nominal yield was down 7% and the nominal PASK was up 1%.
April 2017

SAS traffic figures – March 2017

• Scheduled traffic (RPK) increased 9.7% and the capacity (ASK) was up 12.2%.• The load factor was affected by the timing of the Easter holiday and decreased by 1.6 p.u. versus last year to 69.8%.• SAS carried 2.5 million scheduled passengers in March, up 8.9% vs. last year.• The preliminary currency adjusted yield and PASK were down 3% and 5% in March 2017. The nominal yield was unchanged and the nominal PASK was down 2%.
March 2017

SAS traffic figures – February 2017

• Scheduled traffic (RPK) increased 13% and the capacity (ASK) was up 5%, despite the leap year in February 2016.• The load factor improved by 4.8 p.u. versus last year to 67.9%.• SAS carried 2 million scheduled passengers in February, up 2.6% vs. last year.• The preliminary currency adjusted yield and PASK were down 8% and 1% in February 2017. The nominal yield was down 6% while the nominal PASK was up 1%.
February 2017

SAS traffic figures – January 2017

• Scheduled traffic (RPK) increased 20.5% and the capacity (ASK) was up 11.3%. • The load factor improved by 5.3 p.u. versus last year to 69.0%. • SAS carried 1.9 million scheduled passengers in January, up 9.8% vs. last year. • The preliminary currency adjusted yield and PASK were down 11% and 4% in January 2017. The nominal yield was down 6% while the nominal PASK was up 2%.
January 2017

Traffic figures – December 2016

• Scheduled traffic (RPK) increased 19.1% and the capacity (ASK) was up 12.4%. • The load factor improved by 4.1 p.u. versus last year to 72.2%. • SAS carried 2 million scheduled passengers in December, up 10.5% vs. last year. • The preliminary currency adjusted yield and PASK were down 13% and 8% in December 2016. The nominal yield and PASK were down 11% and 6% respectively.
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flysas January 16, 2019
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flysas January 15, 2019
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