ATA Reports 7-Point Rise in Load Factor
INDIANAPOLIS - ATA Airlines, Inc. reports scheduled service passenger load factor increased 7.3 points to 84.8 percent. There were 225,805 passengers enplaned in March, a decrease of 2.1 percent. Scheduled service traffic increased 12.8 percent from 2006 to 367.2 million RPMs (revenue passenger miles). Capacity increased 3.0 percent compared to 2006 to 432.9 million ASMs (available seat miles).
ATA has a fleet of 3 Boeing 737-300s, 12 Boeing 737-800s, 6 Boeing 757-200s, 4 Boeing 757-300s, 4 Lockheed L-1011s and 7 DC10-30s.
In its 34th year of operations, ATA, a subsidiary of Global Aero Logistics Inc., offers affordable scheduled service travel from destinations such as Guadalajara, Cancun, Hawaii, Oakland, Chicago, New York, Dallas/Ft. Worth and Washington, DC. Through connecting Southwest Airlines codeshare flights, ATA now serves customers in more than 60 markets.
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