Air Canada reported a systemwide 6% increase in traffic and a 6.1% rise in capacity for June 1998 over the same month last year, which depressed the load factor 0.1 percentage points. Systemwide, the carrier flew 2.3 billion revenue passenger miles and 3.1 billion available seat miles, creating a 74.9% load factor. Domestically, the carrier flew 821 million RPMs, an 11.4% increase, and 1 billion ASMs, 9.9% more than in June last year, which resulted in a 78.4% load factor. ...

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