Load Factor

Channel News Asia  Aug 17  Comment 
SIA carried 1.7 million passengers last month, up 4 per cent on-year, but says the competitive landscape continues to be challenging.
newratings.com  Aug 11  Comment 
WASHINGTON (dpa-AFX) - Southwest Airlines Co. (LUV) reported Tuesday operational results for the month of July, reporting year-over-year increases in traffic, capacity and load factor from last year. The airline also said operating revenue per...
newratings.com  Aug 10  Comment 
PARIS (dpa-AFX) - Air France-KLM ( AFRAF.PK) Monday said its traffic in July, measured in terms of revenue pax-kilometers, edged up 2.7 percent to 22.87 billion from 22.28 billion in the previous year. Available seat-kilometers, a gauge for...
newratings.com  Aug 4  Comment 
LUTON (dpa-AFX) - Low-cost airline easyJet Plc. (EZJ.L) Thursday said its load factor for July advanced 1.4 percentage points to 94.3 percent from 92.9 percent in the previous year. Passengers for the month climbed 9.4 percent to 7.04 million...
newratings.com  Jul 8  Comment 
PARIS (dpa-AFX) - Air France-KLM (AFRAF.PK) Wednesday said its total group load factor in the month of June improved 0.5 percentage points to 87 percent from 86.5 percent. This includes Air France, KLM, HOP! and Transavia. Passengers carried were...
newratings.com  Jul 6  Comment 
LUTON (dpa-AFX) - Low-cost airline easyJet Plc. (ESYJY.PK, EZJ.L) Monday reported that it carried 6.56 million passengers in the month of June, a growth of 7.6 percent from 6.10 million passengers carried in the same month last year. Load factor,...
Channel News Asia  Jun 15  Comment 
Singapore Airlines carried fewer passengers and filled a smaller proportion of seats in May, as compared to a year ago.


Load factor is a metric used primarily in the transportation industry. A company's load factor is defined as percentage of their available seats that are filled.

Load factor = Revenue Passenger Miles (RPM) / Available Seat Miles (ASM)

Companies can determine a minimum load factor they need to meet in order to break even financially. That is, once a company meets a certain load factor the revenues from doing so will cover the costs of providing their seat capacity. If they are below this break-even load factor the company will be spending more than they are earning and will lose money.

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