IAG March Passenger Statistics: Summary

Following is a summary of the passenger traffic and capacity statistics from International Consolidated Airlines Group formed from the merger of British Airways and Iberia:

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                           March   March      YoY       YtD       YtD       YoY
                            2013    2012   Change      2013      2012    Change
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ASK* (million)          
 Total                    17,666  17,855    -1.1%    50,359    51,447     -2.1%
  British Airways         13,285  12,824     3.6%    37,897    37,256      1.7%
  Iberia                   4,381   5,032   -12.9%    12,462    14,192    -12.2%

  Domestic (UK, Spain)       763     757     0.8%     2,171     2,055      5.6%
  Europe                   2,936   2,929     0.2%     8,146     8,207     -0.7%
  North America            5,356   5,590    -4.2%    15,015    15,637     -4.0%
  Latin America            3,694   3,975    -7.1%    10,834    11,706     -7.4%
  Africa, MidEast          3,199   3,043     5.1%     9,359     9,173      2.0%
  Asia Pacific             1,718   1,561    10.1%     4,834     4,669      3.5%
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                           March   March      YoY       YtD       YtD       YoY
                            2013    2012   Change      2013      2012    Change
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RPK** (million)         
 Total                    14,087  14,069     0.1%    38,975    39,157     -0.5%
  British Airways         10,616   9,990     6.3%    29,302    27,751      5.6%
  Iberia                   3,471   4,080   -14.9%     9,674    11,407    -15.2%
  Europe                   2,184   2,109     3.6%     5,764     5,526      4.3%
  North America            4,529   4,574    -1.0%    11,811    11,860     -0.4%
  Latin America            3,061   3,299    -7.2%     9,020     9,866     -8.6%
  Africa, MidEast          2,425   2,262     7.2%     7,161     6,806      5.2%
  Asia Pacific             1,373   1,259     9.1%     3,806     3,617      5.2%
Load Factor***(%)       
 Total                     79.7%   78.8%  0.9 pts     77.4%     76.1%   1.3 pts
  Domestic (UK, Spain)     67.5%   74.8% -7.3 pts     65.1%     72.1%  -7.0 pts
  Europe                   74.4%   72.0%  2.4 pts     70.8%     67.3%   3.5 pts
  North America            84.6%   81.8%  2.8 pts     78.7%     75.8%   2.9 pts
  Latin America            82.9%   83.0% -0.1 pts     83.3%     84.3%  -1.0 pts
  Africa, MidEast          75.8%   74.3%  1.5 pts     76.5%     74.2%   2.3 pts
  Asia Pacific             79.9%   80.7% -0.8 pts     78.7%     77.5%   1.2 pts
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                           March   March      YoY       YtD       YtD       YoY
                            2013    2012   Change      2013      2012    Change
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TPK Ton per Km. (million)
IAG Cargo                    499     542    -7.9%     1,364     1,482     -8.0%
Iberia Cargo                  84     113   -25.7%       242       310    -21.9%
British Airways Cargo        415     429    -3.3%     1,122     1,172     -4.3%
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NOTE: Figures are preliminary and can be subsequently revised.

* = Available Seat Kilometer (ASKs) is the number of seats

available multiplied by the number of kilometers flown.

** = Revenue Passenger-Kilometers

*** = Load Factor measures the capacity utilization or number

of seats used out of the total available.

Source: IAG International Airlines Group

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