Lufthansa scrapes slight growth in cargo load factor

The Lufthansa Group saw the cargo load factor across all its airlines increase by 0.2 percentage points year on year in February, to reach 71.1%.
Capacity for the month, at 1,165m available tonne-km, was up by 5.9% compared to February last year; revenue tonne-km rose by 6.3%, to 828m.
On a regional basis, increases in the cargo load factor occurred on North American, South American, Middle Eastern and African routes. European and Asia-Pacific routes suffered declines in their cargo load factors.
● The Lufthansa Group includes Lufthansa German Airlines, SWISS, Austrian Airlines, Eurowings (including Germanwings) and Brussels Airlines.

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