Air France-KLM March Passenger Statistics: Summary

Following is a summary of the March passenger traffic and capacity statistics from Air France-KLM (AF) Group:

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                             March   March      YoY       YtD       YtD      YoY
                              2013    2012   Change      2013      2012   Change
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Passengers (000)          
 Total                       6,453   6,368     1.3%    17,327    17,463    -0.8%
  Europe                     4,438   4,369     1.6%    11,658    11,749    -0.8%
  Americas                     751     757    -0.8%     2,054     2,090    -1.7%
  Asia                         511     502     1.9%     1,430     1,417     0.9%
  Africa and MidEast           440     431     2.0%     1,261     1,267    -0.4%
  Caribbean & Indian Ocean     313     309     1.2%       924       940    -1.8%

ASK* (million)            
 Total                      22,264  22,217     0.2%    63,517    63,391     0.2%
  Europe                     4,736   4,856    -2.5%    13,289    13,406    -0.9%
  Americas                   6,620   6,660    -0.6%    18,759    18,927    -0.9%
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                             March   March      YoY       YtD       YtD      YoY
                              2013    2012   Change      2013      2012   Change
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ASK* (million)            
  Asia                       5,204   4,961     4.9%    14,768    14,060     5.0%
  Africa and MidEast         3,099   3,059     1.3%     9,000     8,983     0.2%
  Caribbean & Indian Ocean   2,605   2,680    -2.8%     7,701     8,015    -3.9%

RPK** (million)           
 Total                      18,748  18,336     2.2%    52,129    51,734     0.8%
  Europe                     3,556   3,493     1.8%     9,354     9,364    -0.1%
  Americas                   5,901   5,873     0.5%    16,304    16,400    -0.6%
  Asia                       4,523   4,303     5.1%    12,609    12,025     4.9%
  Africa and MidEast         2,490   2,412     3.2%     7,149     7,085     0.9%
  Caribbean & Indian Ocean   2,279   2,255     1.0%     6,714     6,860    -2.1%

Load Factor***(%)         
 Total                       84.2%   82.5%   1.7pts     82.1%     81.6%   0.5pts
  Europe                     75.1%   71.9%   3.2pts     70.4%     69.8%   0.5pts
  Americas                   89.1%   88.2%   1.0pts     86.9%     86.6%   0.3pts
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                             March   March      YoY       YtD       YtD      YoY
                              2013    2012   Change      2013      2012   Change
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  Asia                       86.9%   86.7%   0.2pts     85.4%     85.5%  -0.1pts
  Africa and MidEast         80.3%   78.9%   1.5pts     79.4%     78.9%   0.6pts
  Caribbean & Indian Ocean   87.5%   84.2%   3.3pts     87.2%     85.6%   1.6pts
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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: Air France KLM

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