25 MAY 2020

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Article from BTNews 25 MAY 2020

British airlines statistics for March

Following last week’s British airport passenger figures for March the CAA has now come up with the numbers for the airlines.  They are not complete and fail to include Eastern, easyJet, Jet2 and Loganair.  These will be added to this article and highlighted for the 1 June issue. 

When the throughput for April is published, about this time in June, we will begin to see the real damage to the country’s economy, but hopefully there will be light at the end of the tunnel.

Overall the 21 holders of Air Operator Certificates (AOC) carried 2.46m passengers at a load factor of 55.3%.  This does include some small specialised operators including BAe Systems on what are essentially private flights and the RAF Airtanker service, the only way to fly direct from the UK to The Falklands.

During the same month last year the total numbers were 14.931m at 71.6%.

See the full figures here.

Aurigny Air Services 

21,441


38.6

BA Cityflyer Ltd

67,754


41.1

Blue Islands

12,552


39.4

British Airways

1.671m


56.5

Eastern




Easyjet




Jet 2




Loganair




Norwegian

70,853


51.1

TUI

295,775


66.1

Virgin Atlantic

223,000


48.0

Wizz

96,124


66.9

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