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Etihad Airways' available seat kilometres (ASKs) rose 25 per cent to 15.2 billion in Q2 (12.2 billion), as the fleet grew to 67 aircraft (61).
Available seat kilometres jumped 16% to 65.0 million from 56.1 million a year prior.
Compared to the previous year, the available seat kilometres increased by 3.8 per cent in July.
In Munich, the increase in available seat kilometres was 12.6 percent, in Zurich 11.4 percent and in Frankfurt only 1.2 percent.
The carrier's International air transportation saw 5,883 thousand passengers and available seat kilometres increased to 34,406 million compared to 29,768 the previous year.
The revenue per available seat kilometres (RASK) rose by 2% on the year to NOK0.42, while the yield, or revenue per unit, dropped 2% to NOK0.51.
Available seat kilometres jumped 17% to 64.4 million from 55.1 million a year prior.
Air Iceland's available seat kilometres increased by 2% in August 2011 which led to an increase of 4.1 percentage points in load factor, which made the load factor for August 2011 74.9% compared to 70.8% in the same month of 2010.
The revenue per available seat kilometres (RASK) rose by 9% on the year to NOK0.50 and the yield, or revenue per unit, climbed up 4% to NOK0.56.
Capacity for the month, measured in available seat kilometres (ASKs), was up by 10.1%.
IAG's capacity, measured in available seat kilometres, rose 5.7% in the first half to 163,431, with increases across all regions.
The available seat kilometres were up 8.9 per cent over the previous year, at the same time, sales increased by 9.4 per cent.