Aer Lingus load factor improves

AER LINGUS’S load factor in September 2010 improved by 3.5 points on September 2009 to 81.0%.

Long haul load factor was 81.8%, up 10.2 points on September 2009, with capacity decreasing by 15.5%. Short haul load factor was 80.6%, down 0.2 points on September 2009, with capacity decreasing by 3.3%.

Aer Lingus’s passenger numbers in September 2010 were 927,000, down 3.4% on September 2009.


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