REG - easyJet PLC - easyJet Passenger Statistics for August 2012

Thu Sep 6, 2012 2:01am EDT

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RNS Number : 5986L
easyJet PLC
06 September 2012

6th September 2012







Month ending                         August 2012               August 2011               Change


Passengers1                                        5,873,948                      5,543,961                      6.0%

Load Factor 2                             91.7%                           92.2%                           -0.5pp



Rolling 12 months ending      August 2012               August 2011               Change


Passengers1                              58,130,462                     54,102,423                     7.4%

Load Factor 2                             88.8%                           87.2%                           1.6pp










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1.Represents the number of earned seats flown. Earned seats include seats that are flown whether or not the passenger turns up because easyJet is a no-refund airline, and once a flight has departed a no-show customer is generally not entitled to change flights or seek a refund. Earned seats also include seats provided for promotional purposes and to staff for business travel.


2. Represents the number of passengers as a proportion of the number of seats available for passengers. No weighting of the load factor is carried out to recognise the effect of varying flight (or "stage") lengths.


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