NW reports its April numbers

 
Old May 5, 04, 7:47 pm
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NW reports its April numbers

EAGAN, Minn., May 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Northwest Airlines
(Nasdaq: NWAC) today announced a systemwide April load factor of 80.2 percent,
8.3 points above April 2003. Northwest flew 5.85 billion revenue passenger
miles (RPMs) and 7.30 billion available seat miles (ASMs) in April 2004, a
traffic increase of 16.1 percent and a capacity increase of 4.1 percent versus
April 2003.


NORTHWEST AIRLINES TRAFFIC SUMMARY

April 2004 April 2003 Change

Revenue Passenger Miles (000s):
System 5,854,673 5,042,249 16.1%
Domestic 3,587,752 3,255,232 10.2%
International 2,266,921 1,787,017 26.9%
Pacific 1,434,856 1,094,731 31.1%
Atlantic 832,065 692,286 20.2%

Available Seat Miles (000s):
System 7,298,369 7,013,270 4.1%
Domestic 4,624,971 4,464,343 3.6%
International 2,673,398 2,548,927 4.9%
Pacific 1,716,220 1,741,035 (1.4%)
Atlantic 957,178 807,892 18.5%

Load Factor:
System 80.2% 71.9% 8.3 pts
Domestic 77.6% 72.9% 4.7 pts
International 84.8% 70.1% 14.7 pts
Pacific 83.6% 62.9% 20.7 pts
Atlantic 86.9% 85.7% 1.2 pts

Enplaned Passengers 4,559,812 4,069,846 12.0%


YTD-04 YTD-03 Change

Revenue Passenger Miles (000s):
System 22,559,734 21,604,094 4.4%
Domestic 13,508,618 12,995,312 3.9%
International 9,051,116 8,608,782 5.1%
Pacific 6,073,280 5,942,012 2.2%
Atlantic 2,977,836 2,666,770 11.7%

Available Seat Miles (000s):
System 29,129,321 29,539,164 (1.4%)
Domestic 18,535,135 18,269,369 1.5%
International 10,594,186 11,269,795 (6.0%)
Pacific 6,950,695 7,795,354 (10.8%)
Atlantic 3,643,491 3,474,441 4.9%

Load Factor:
System 77.4% 73.1% 4.3 pts
Domestic 72.9% 71.1% 1.8 pts
International 85.4% 76.4% 9.0 pts
Pacific 87.4% 76.2% 11.2 pts
Atlantic 81.7% 76.8% 4.9 pts

Enplaned Passengers 17,072,241 16,353,948 4.4%


Northwest Airlines is the world's fourth largest airline with hubs at
Detroit, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Memphis, Tokyo and Amsterdam, and approximately
1,500 daily departures. Northwest and its travel partners serve nearly 750
cities in almost 120 countries on six continents.
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Old May 6, 04, 12:39 pm
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earnings/loss

Has anyone seen the financial report yet? Is the loss decreasing or has it been announced yet?
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Old May 6, 04, 1:32 pm
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Check out those Int'l loads... over 87% on the Pacific and 82% on the Atlantic... WOW! those are packed planes...
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Old May 7, 04, 7:58 am
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The transpac in J has been full since October. You can usually only get a seat within 2 weeks if you are PM
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Old May 7, 04, 8:45 am
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Wait until the May results come in. With the new R-fares all the Platinums are going to leave.

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Old May 7, 04, 9:12 am
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Originally Posted by fromYXU
Wait until the May results come in. With the new R-fares all the Platinums are going to leave.

Well, people won't leave in May. They leave in January if that's the case.

It is possible that "R" class would have very limited impact on Plats.
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