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Republic Airways Reports March 2011 Traffic

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Republic Airways Reports March 2011 Traffic

Republic Airways Reports March 2011 Traffic

INDIANAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Republic Airways Holdings (NASDAQ: RJET), today reported preliminary passenger traffic results for March 2011. The Company generated 1.8 billion revenue passenger miles (RPMs), a 2% decrease from the same month last year, while available seat miles (ASMs) increased by 1%. Block hours were 84,328 in March 2011, up 1% from March 2010. Consolidated load factor was 78% versus 81% in March 2010. Nearly 2.7 million passengers were carried during the month, a 2% reduction from the same month last year.

March

                 
2011 2010
Total Total Change
RPMs (000s) 1,801,631 1,833,605 -2%
ASMs (000s) 2,296,720 2,276,229 1%
Block Hrs 84,328 83,802 1%
LF % 78% 81% -3 pp
Passengers 2,668,803 2,712,645 -2%
 

Year to Date

                 
2011 2010
Total Total Change
RPMs (000s) 4,698,991 4,764,080 -1%
ASMs (000s) 6,336,511 6,448,909 -2%
Block Hrs 234,580 239,974 -2%
LF % 74% 74% 0 pp
Passengers 6,994,969 7,029,631 0%
 

Republic Airways Holdings, based in Indianapolis, Indiana is an airline holding company that owns Chautauqua Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Lynx Aviation, Republic Airlines and Shuttle America, collectively “the airlines.” The airlines offer scheduled passenger service on approximately 1,600 flights daily to 135 cities in 41 states, Canada, Costa Rica, and Mexico under branded operations at Frontier, and through fixed-fee airline services agreements with five major U.S. airlines. The fixed-fee flights are operated under an airline partner brand, such as AmericanConnection, Continental Express, Delta Connection, United Express, and US Airways Express. The airlines currently employ approximately 10,500 aviation professionals and operate 278 aircraft.

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