The load factor, which shows how well the plan was, rose by 3.1 percentage points to 86.1 per cent, compared with april last year.
"the Month in which easter falls always affect the numbers positively," writes the company in a press release. During the last week noticed the company is also a slightly increased demand due to pilotstrejken of SAS.
According to the company has the Norwegian been affected to a small degree of that needed to set its Boeing 737 Max planes on the ground. 98.9 percent of the planned flights were conducted during april.
Snittintäkterna per passenger kilometer, the so-called yield, rose to 0:41 Norwegian kroner, up from 0:35 in april of last year.
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