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US Airways Reports February Traffic Results

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US Airways Reports February Traffic Results

US Airways Reports February Traffic Results

TEMPE, Ariz.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--US Airways Group, Inc. (NYSE: LCC) today announced February and year-to-date 2011 traffic results. Mainline revenue passenger miles (RPMs) for the month were 4.0 billion, up 4.1 percent versus February 2010. Mainline capacity was 5.2 billion available seat miles (ASMs), up 5.3 percent versus February 2010. Mainline passenger load factor was 76.8 percent, down 0.8 points versus February 2010.

US Airways’ President Scott Kirby said, “Our February consolidated (mainline and Express) passenger revenue per available seat mile (PRASM) increased approximately 10 percent versus the same month last year while total revenue per available seat mile increased approximately 9 percent on a year-over-year basis. The demand environment during February was exceptionally strong and we believe the run rate PRASM increase US Airways experienced through the end of the month will be sufficient to fully offset the increase in fuel prices reflected in the forward fuel curve as of February 28."

For the month of February, US Airways’ preliminary on-time performance as reported to the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) was 80.5 percent with a completion factor of 97.9 percent.

The following summarizes US Airways Group’s traffic results for the month and year-to-date ended February 28, 2011 and 2010, consisting of mainline operated flights as well as US Airways Express flights operated by wholly owned subsidiaries PSA Airlines and Piedmont Airlines.

US Airways Mainline        
 
FEBRUARY
2011 2010 Change
 
Mainline Revenue Passenger Miles (000)
Domestic 3,127,418 3,020,572 3.5 %
Atlantic 466,787 375,573 24.3 %
Latin 415,974 456,526 (8.9 ) %
Total Mainline Revenue Passenger Miles 4,010,179 3,852,671 4.1 %
 
Mainline Available Seat Miles (000)
Domestic 3,902,125 3,735,066 4.5 %
Atlantic 781,083 623,074 25.4 %
Latin 539,834 603,879 (10.6 ) %
Total Mainline Available Seat Miles 5,223,042 4,962,019 5.3 %
 
Mainline Load Factor (%)
Domestic 80.1 80.9 (0.8 ) pts
Atlantic 59.8 60.3 (0.5 ) pts
Latin 77.1 75.6 1.5 pts
Total Mainline Load Factor 76.8 77.6 (0.8 ) pts
 
Mainline Enplanements
Domestic 3,369,728 3,185,872 5.8 %
Atlantic 112,614 92,941 21.2 %
Latin 301,635 331,042 (8.9 ) %
Total Mainline Enplanements 3,783,977 3,609,855 4.8 %
 
 
YEAR TO DATE
2011 2010 Change
 
Mainline Revenue Passenger Miles (000)
Domestic 6,519,754 6,353,608 2.6 %
Atlantic 1,059,998 862,271 22.9 %
Latin 892,604 929,846 (4.0 ) %
Total Mainline Revenue Passenger Miles 8,472,356 8,145,725 4.0 %
 
Mainline Available Seat Miles (000)
Domestic 8,136,654 8,060,480 0.9 %
Atlantic 1,644,250 1,368,711 20.1 %
Latin 1,142,164 1,252,312 (8.8 ) %
Total Mainline Available Seat Miles 10,923,068 10,681,503 2.3 %
 
Mainline Load Factor (%)
Domestic 80.1 78.8 1.3 pts
Atlantic 64.5 63.0 1.5 pts
Latin 78.2 74.3 3.9 pts
Total Mainline Load Factor 77.6 76.3 1.3 pts
 
Mainline Enplanements
Domestic 6,911,141 6,612,983 4.5 %
Atlantic 258,483 213,153 21.3 %
Latin 643,716 667,475 (3.6 ) %
Total Mainline Enplanements 7,813,340 7,493,611 4.3 %
 
Notes:

1)

 

Canada, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands are included in the domestic results.

2)

 

Latin numbers include the Caribbean.
 
US Airways Express (Piedmont Airlines, PSA Airlines)
         
FEBRUARY
2011 2010 Change
 
Express Revenue Passenger Miles (000)
Domestic 160,367 137,838 16.3 %
 
Express Available Seat Miles (000)
Domestic 240,794 209,951 14.7 %
 
Express Load Factor (%)
Domestic 66.6 65.7 0.9 pts
 
Express Enplanements
Domestic 551,103 499,591 10.3 %
 
 
YEAR TO DATE
2011 2010 Change
 
Express Revenue Passenger Miles (000)
Domestic 326,096 282,832 15.3 %
 
Express Available Seat Miles (000)
Domestic 493,804 454,081 8.7 %
 
Express Load Factor (%)
Domestic 66.0 62.3 3.7 pts
 
Express Enplanements
Domestic 1,121,418 1,034,903 8.4 %
 
Notes:

1)

 

Canada is included in domestic results.
 
Consolidated US Airways Group, Inc.      
   
FEBRUARY
2011 2010 Change
 
Consolidated Revenue Passenger Miles (000)
Domestic 3,287,785 3,158,410 4.1 %
Atlantic 466,787 375,573 24.3 %
Latin 415,974 456,526 (8.9 ) %
Total Consolidated Revenue Passenger Miles 4,170,546 3,990,509 4.5 %
 
Consolidated Available Seat Miles (000)
Domestic 4,142,919 3,945,017 5.0 %
Atlantic 781,083 623,074 25.4 %
Latin 539,834 603,879 (10.6 ) %
Total Consolidated Available Seat Miles 5,463,836 5,171,970 5.6 %
 
Consolidated Load Factor (%)
Domestic 79.4 80.1 (0.7 ) pts
Atlantic 59.8 60.3 (0.5 ) pts
Latin 77.1 75.6 1.5 pts
Total Consolidated Load Factor 76.3 77.2 (0.9 ) pts
 
Consolidated Enplanements
Domestic 3,920,831 3,685,463 6.4 %
Atlantic 112,614 92,941 21.2 %
Latin 301,635 331,042 (8.9 ) %
Total Consolidated Enplanements 4,335,080 4,109,446 5.5 %
 
 
YEAR TO DATE
2011 2010 Change
 
Consolidated Revenue Passenger Miles (000)
Domestic 6,845,850 6,636,440 3.2 %
Atlantic 1,059,998 862,271 22.9 %
Latin 892,604 929,846 (4.0 ) %
Total Consolidated Revenue Passenger Miles 8,798,452 8,428,557 4.4 %
 
Consolidated Available Seat Miles (000)
Domestic 8,630,458 8,514,561 1.4 %
Atlantic 1,644,250 1,368,711 20.1 %
Latin 1,142,164 1,252,312 (8.8 ) %
Total Consolidated Available Seat Miles 11,416,872 11,135,584 2.5 %
 
Consolidated Load Factor (%)
Domestic 79.3 77.9 1.4 pts
Atlantic 64.5 63.0 1.5 pts
Latin 78.2 74.3 3.9 pts
Total Consolidated Load Factor 77.1 75.7 1.4 pts
 
Consolidated Enplanements
Domestic 8,032,559 7,647,886 5.0 %
Atlantic 258,483 213,153 21.3 %
Latin 643,716 667,475 (3.6 ) %
Total Consolidated Enplanements 8,934,758 8,528,514 4.8 %
 
Notes:

1)

 

Canada, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands are included in the domestic results.

2)

 

Latin numbers include the Caribbean.
 

About US Airways

US Airways, along with US Airways Shuttle and US Airways Express, operates more than 3,200 flights per day and serves more than 200 communities in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Europe, the Middle East, the Caribbean, Central and South America. The airline employs 32,000 aviation professionals worldwide and is a member of the Star Alliance network, which offers its customers 21,000 daily flights to 1,160 airports in 181 countries. Together with its US Airways Express partners, the airline serves approximately 80 million passengers each year and operates hubs in Charlotte, N.C., Philadelphia and Phoenix, and a focus city in Washington, D.C. at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. US Airways was the only airline included as one of the 50 best companies to work for in the U.S. by LATINA Style magazine’s 50 Report for 2010. For the sixth year in a row, the airline also earned a 100 percent rating on the Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality index, a leading indicator of companies’ attitudes and policies toward lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees and customers. For more company information, visit usairways.com. (LCCT)

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-LCC-

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