In July, norwegian announced a traffic of 2.3 million passengers, with an occupancy rate of its planes of 92.4%.
Capacity was at its peak for the current year and 12% higher than July last year. Reservations continue throughout the month made “by travel-hungry Nordic customers” have contributed to making this month of July a historically strong month, indicates the Norwegian company low-cost in a press release.
“July was an exceptional month for Norwegian in terms of traffic figures. We welcomed the highest number of passengers this year, over 100,000 more than July last year. Our colleagues in the air and on the ground have worked tirelessly to ensure that our passengers arrive at their destination safely and as smoothly as possible, despite some difficult situations at European airports”commented Geir Karlsen, CEO of Norwegian.
norwegian had 2,308,417 passengers in July, up 5% from July 2022. Capacity (ASK) was 3,712 million seat-kilometres, while actual passenger traffic (RPK) was 3,430 million seat-kilometres. In July, Norwegian operated an average of 79 aircraft. Punctuality was 73.2% in July, with the share of flights departing within 15 minutes of the scheduled time. However, 95.3% of all departing flights arrived on time or within the hour before the scheduled arrival time.