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Frontier Airlines Reports January 2012 Traffic

Dépèche transmise le 8 février 2012 par Business Wire

Frontier Airlines Reports January 2012 Traffic

Frontier Airlines Reports January 2012 Traffic

INDIANAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Frontier Airlines, a subsidiary of Republic Airways Holdings (NASDAQ/NM: RJET), today reported preliminary traffic results for January 2012. Frontier’s traffic decreased 2%, to 0.9 billion revenue passenger miles (RPMs), while capacity was down, at 1.1 billion available seat miles (ASMs). Frontier Airlines served 1.0 million passengers in January, a 3% decrease from January 2011. For the month, Frontier had a load factor of 80% compared to 75% in the same month last year. It was Frontier’s seventh consecutive record monthly load factor.

“This is the first January in which Frontier achieved a load factor in excess of 80%. This represents a great start to 2012”

“This is the first January in which Frontier achieved a load factor in excess of 80%. This represents a great start to 2012,” said Daniel Shurz, Frontier Airlines Senior Vice President, Commercial.

             
January
2012 2011
Total     Total     Change
RPMs (000s) 889,834 907,082 -2%
ASMs (000s) 1,108,964 1,209,847 -8%
Block Hrs 23,824 30,072 -21%
LF % 80% 75% 5 pp
Passengers 994,576 1,028,423 -3%
 

About Frontier Airlines

Frontier Airlines is a wholly owned subsidiary of Republic Airways Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: RJET), an airline holding company that also owns Chautauqua Airlines, Republic Airlines and Shuttle America. Currently in its 18th year of operations, Frontier employs nearly 5,000 aviation professionals and operates from hubs at Denver International Airport, Milwaukee’s General Mitchell International Airport and Kansas City International Airport. Frontier offers service to 77 destinations in the United States, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Mexico and Costa Rica. For in-depth information on Frontier Airlines and to book tickets, visit FrontierAirlines.com.

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