This excerpt taken from the LFL 6-K filed Apr 30, 2007.
Cargo revenues remained almost flat due to a 2.5% increase in traffic, offset by a 2.3% yield decrease. Yields decreased primarily due to the delay in the initiation of the seed exports season, a product that seasonally occurs in March and that has relatively high yields, as well as to lower fuel surcharges. Traffic growth slightly exceeded a 2.2% capacity increase. As a consequence, load factors increased from 64.2% to 64.4%. Revenues per ATK decreased 2.0% as compared to the first quarter of 2006.
This excerpt taken from the LFL 6-K filed Feb 15, 2007.
Cargo revenues grew due to a 7.8% increase in traffic and a 9.3% improvement in yield, measured in RTKs. Yields rose primarily due to increases in southbound rates and cost driven rate increases. Growth in cargo traffic outpaced a 7.0% increase in capacity, resulting in a 0.5 -point increase in cargo load factors to 66.8% . As a consequence, revenues per ATK rose 10.1% .