Hawaiian welcomed more than 931,000 guests in September 2019. Total traffic (revenue passenger miles) increased 3.0 percent on an increase of 0.7 percent in capacity (available seat miles) compared to September 2018. Load factor increased 1.9 points to 85.5 percent.
On a YoY basis, passenger traffic increased 2.0% in Mexico, 8.4% in Puerto Rico and 12.1% in Colombia
GOL's domestic supply (ASK) increased 7.0% and demand (RPK) increased by 11.5%. GOL's domestic load factor was 82.0%, a 3.3 p.p. increase in comparison to September 2018. The volume of departures increased by 8.5% and seats increased by 9.5% over September 2018.
Grupo Aeromexico transported 1 million 581 thousand passengers in September; a 7.8% year-on-year decrease. International passenger numbers decreased by 8.7%, while domestic passenger numbers decreased by 7.3%.
SkyWest Airlines reported 116,599 block hours in September 2019, an increase of 6.3% from September 2018. SkyWest Airlines' higher production was primarily due to the incremental E175 aircraft, CRJ900 aircraft and CRJ700 aircraft added to SkyWest Airlines' fleet since September 2018.
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flydubai completed the first installation of the Split Scimitar Winglets on one of its Next-Generation Boeing 737-800 aircraft late last month at Joramco in Amman, Jordan. flydubai intends to install the Split Scimitar Winglets on a majority of its Next-Generation Boeing 737-800 aircraft by October 2020.
In September 2019, capacity measured by ASMs (Available Seat Miles) increased by 18.7% vs last year, with demand measured by RPMs (Revenue Passenger Miles) showing an increase of 21.1%. Volaris carried 1.7M passengers in total (21.2% increase vs last year), with load factor increasing 1.6 pp for a total of 82.9%.
Since receiving approval for the partnership from Embraer shareholders in February this year, the companies have undertaken diligent planning for the creation of a joint venture made up of the commercial aircraft and services operations of Embraer. Boeing will own 80 percent of the new company, to be named Boeing Brasil Commercial. Embraer will hold the remaining 20 percent.