American Airlines’ struggles continue in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The carrier reported a 4.5 percent decline in revenue passenger miles to Latin America and the Caribbean in November, declining from 2.3 billion to 2.2 billion year over year, according to the company’s latest numbers.
Available seat miles in the region declined by 9.4 percent in November, though load factor rose by 4 percentage points to 78.9 percent.
For the year to date, the carrier’s revenue passenger miles to Latin America and the Caribbean have declined by 3.8 percent to 27.2 billion, while ASM have declined 4.7 percent to 34.3 billion.
Load factor for the year stands at 78.6 percent, a 0.7 percent increase.
— Caribbean Journal Staff