LATAM Group transported 6.2 million passengers in April

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LATAM Airlines Group reported its operational statistics for April 2024, during which it transported 6.2 million passengers, 13.8% more than the previous year. This result is explained by the good domestic performance of the subsidiaries in Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru, which transported 13.8% more passengers compared to 2023, as well as the subsidiary in Brazil, which transported 9.5% more passengers domestically.

Passengers transported internationally increased 24.9% during the period, compared to the same month in 2023. In the first four months of the year, the group transported a total of 26.5 million passengers.

During April, LATAM increased its consolidated capacity, measured in available seat kilometers (ASK), by 16.8% compared to April 2023. While international segment capacity grew by 21.0%, the capacity of the Chilean, Colombian, Ecuadorian and Peruvian subsidiaries increased by 14.7% and the Brazilian subsidiary by 11.6%, all with respect to the same month of the previous year.

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Consolidated passenger traffic, measured in revenue passenger-kilometers (RPK), grew by 19.8% in April 2024, registering a double-digit increase both domestically and internationally.

The consolidated occupancy factor for the month of April reached 81.1%, which represents an increase of 2.0 percentage points compared to the same month of 2023, highlighting the 2.3 percentage point increase in the occupancy factor of the international segment during this period, which reached 83.9%.

In cargo, the group’s capacity (measured in available tonne-kilometers – ATK) increased by 12.6% compared to April 2023, reaching 661 million available tonne-kilometers.