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SIA's load factor up 3.2 percentage points in February

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SINGAPORE Airlines' passenger load factor (PLF) improved 3.2 percentage points to 80.6 per cent in February as passenger carriage edged up 1.3 per cent year on year against a 2.8 per cent cut in capacity.

SINGAPORE Airlines' passenger load factor (PLF) improved 3.2 percentage points to 80.6 per cent in February as passenger carriage edged up 1.3 per cent year on year against a 2.8 per cent cut in capacity.

Passengers carried for the month inched up 0.7 per cent to 1.47 million.

"Boosted by promotional activities, PLF improved for all regions except South West Pacific," said SIA. "PLF for South West Pacific declined as capacity growth outpaced demand. The competitive landscape remains challenging, and promotional efforts will continue in relevant markets."

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