Source Pravda.Ru

Aeroflot reports drop in passenger traffic

Aeroflot-Russian Airlines carried 3.716 million passengers in the firsteight months of 2002, which was 8.2 percent less as compared to thecorresponding period last year, Aeroflot Deputy General Director LevKoslyakov announced at a press conference today. He noted that despite afall in passenger traffic, the rate of occupied seats on a plane increased3.1 percent to 77.1 percent as compared to the corresponding period in2001.The Aeroflot official linked a drop in passenger traffic in the Europeandirection by 3 percent in August to the upcoming anniversary of theterrorist attack on the USA and the general tendency for a reduction inpassenger traffic.In the first half of 2002, the net profit of Aeroflot amounted to $47m..

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