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3% more passengers fly with Aer Lingus in June

While long haul flown passengers is up by 17.2 per cent last month compared to the same time last year.

Image: Niall Carson/PA Wire

AER LINGUS TRAFFIC statistics for June 2013 shows that passenger numbers are up by 3.1 per cent to 1,044,000 compared to June 2012.

Short haul flown passengers, including Aer Lingus Regional, in June 2013 were 928,000, an increase of 1.5 per cent on June 2012, while long haul flown passengers in June 2013 were 116,000, an increase of 17.2 per cent on June 2012.

Aer Lingus mainline’s flown passenger load factor (how many seats it fills on each flight) in June 2013 increased by 3.6 points on June 2012 to 86.2 per cent. Short haul flown load factor was 81.6 per cent, an increase of 3.5 points on June 2012, with capacity decreasing by 2.8 per cent. Long haul flown load factor was 94.5 per cent, an increase of 2.1 points on June 2012, with capacity increasing by 15.5 per cent on prior year.

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