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Delta Air Lines Reports September Traffic

ATLANTA, Oct. 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) today reported traffic results for September 2011.  System load factor was 83.6 percent, 1.1 points higher than the prior year, on a 2.2 percent decrease in capacity. System traffic decreased 0.9 percent year over year.

Domestic traffic increased 0.5 percent year over year on a 3.3 percent decrease in capacity.  Domestic load factor increased 3.2 points to 83.0 percent.   International traffic decreased 2.8 percent year over year on a 0.6 percent decrease in capacity, and load factor decreased 2.0 points to 84.5 percent.  

Detailed traffic and capacity are attached.

Delta Air Lines serves more than 160 million customers each year, and was named by Fortune magazine as the most admired airline worldwide in its 2011 World's Most Admired Companies airline industry list. With an industry-leading global network, Delta and the Delta Connection carriers offer service to 338 destinations in 59 countries on six continents. Headquartered in Atlanta, Delta employs 80,000 employees worldwide and operates a mainline fleet of more than 700 aircraft. A founding member of the SkyTeam global alliance, Delta participates in the industry's leading trans-Atlantic joint venture with Air France-KLM and Alitalia. Including its worldwide alliance partners, Delta offers customers more than 13,000 daily flights, with hubs in Amsterdam, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Detroit, Memphis, Minneapolis-St. Paul, New York-JFK, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Salt Lake City and Tokyo-Narita. The airline's service includes the SkyMiles frequent flier program, a world-class airline loyalty program; the award-winning BusinessElite service; and more than 50 Delta Sky Clubs in airports worldwide. Delta is investing more than $2 billion through 2013 in airport facilities and global products, services and technology to enhance the customer experience in the air and on the ground. Customers can check in for flights, print boarding passes, check bags and review flight status at delta.com.

Delta Air Lines

Monthly Traffic Results (a)
















September 2011


September 2010


Change



RPMs (000):









Domestic

9,381,017


9,337,926


0.5%





Delta Mainline

7,368,599


7,370,754


(0.0%)





Regional

2,012,418


1,967,172


2.3%




International

6,579,964


6,772,968


(2.8%)





Latin America

821,661


722,368


13.7%





Delta Mainline

807,808


708,507


14.0%





Regional

13,853


13,861


(0.1%)





Atlantic

3,735,041


4,042,800


(7.6%)





Pacific

2,023,262


2,007,800


0.8%




Total System

15,960,981


16,110,894


(0.9%)













ASMs (000):









Domestic

11,307,458


11,695,331


(3.3%)





Delta Mainline

8,759,512


9,109,821


(3.8%)





Regional

2,547,946


2,585,510


(1.5%)




International

7,786,837


7,834,520


(0.6%)





Latin America

1,065,824


959,679


11.1%





Delta Mainline

1,042,054


937,022


11.2%





Regional

23,770


22,657


4.9%





Atlantic

4,247,976


4,590,761


(7.5%)





Pacific

2,473,037


2,284,080


8.3%




Total System

19,094,295


19,529,851


(2.2%)













Load Factor:









Domestic

83.0%


79.8%


3.2

pts




Delta Mainline

84.1%


80.9%


3.2

pts




Regional

79.0%


76.1%


2.9

pts



International

84.5%


86.5%


(2.0)

pts




Latin America

77.1%


75.3%


1.8

pts




Delta Mainline

77.5%


75.6%


1.9

pts




Regional

58.3%


61.2%


(2.9)

pts




Atlantic

87.9%


88.1%


(0.2)

pts




Pacific

81.8%


87.9%


(6.1)

pts



Total System

83.6%


82.5%


1.1

pts












Mainline Completion

99.6%


99.1%


0.5

pts


Factor


















Passengers Boarded

13,378,192


13,216,961


1.2%













Cargo Ton Miles (000):

195,520


193,126


1.2%























Endnote:








(a) Results include flights operated under contract carrier arrangements.




































Delta Air Lines

Year to Date Traffic Results (a)



























September 2011


September 2010


Change




RPMs (000):










Domestic

87,317,813


87,914,440


(0.7%)






Delta Mainline

68,929,876


69,137,815


(0.3%)






Regional

18,387,937


18,776,625


(2.1%)





International

60,474,451


59,021,309


2.5%






Latin America

10,188,210


10,476,349


(2.8%)






Delta Mainline

10,030,800


10,230,412


(2.0%)






Regional

157,410


245,937


(36.0%)






Atlantic

32,464,669


31,936,176


1.7%






Pacific

17,821,572


16,608,784


7.3%





Total System

147,792,264


146,935,749


0.6%















ASMs (000):










Domestic

104,842,512


105,303,547


(0.4%)






Delta Mainline

81,420,424


81,506,453


(0.1%)






Regional

23,422,088


23,797,094


(1.6%)





International

74,779,177


70,353,314


6.3%






Latin America

12,898,207


13,097,500


(1.5%)






Delta Mainline

12,665,626


12,766,163


(0.8%)






Regional

232,581


331,337


(29.8%)






Atlantic

39,914,887


37,929,853


5.2%






Pacific

21,966,083


19,325,961


13.7%





Total System

179,621,689


175,656,861


2.3%















Load Factor:










Domestic

83.3%


83.5%


(0.2)

pts





Delta Mainline

84.7%


84.8%


(0.1)

pts





Regional

78.5%


78.9%


(0.4)

pts




International

80.9%


83.9%


(3.0)

pts





Latin America

79.0%


80.0%


(1.0)

pts





Delta Mainline

79.2%


80.1%


(0.9)

pts





Regional

67.7%


74.2%


(6.5)

pts





Atlantic

81.3%


84.2%


(2.9)

pts





Pacific

81.1%


85.9%


(4.8)

pts




Total System

82.3%


83.6%


(1.3)

pts














Passengers Boarded

124,397,845


122,918,664


1.2%















Cargo Ton Miles (000):

1,772,308


1,662,353


6.6%


























Endnote:









(a) Results include flights operated under contract carrier arrangements.













































































SOURCE Delta Air Lines
 

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