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CCAIR's Load Factor Rises As Capacity Falls
CCAIR reported February decreases of 7.3% in traffic and 23.8% in capacity, which forced the load factor up 21.6 percentage points to 55.1%. The carrier flew 8.98 million revenue passenger miles and 16.3 million available seat miles. The number of passengers enplaned dropped 5.1% to 50,035. For the first two months, RPMs fell 8.9% and ASMs 24.7%, causing the load factor to jump 20.9 points. Passenger enplanements declined 6.8% to 100,338.