LATAM group transported more than 32.8 million passengers between  January and May of this year 

LATAM group transported more than 32.8 million passengers, between January and May of this year, an increase of 16.6% compared to the same period of 2023, according to its operating statistics of May reported today.  

This result is explained by the positive domestic performance of the affiliates in Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru, which transported 20.6% more passengers compared to 2023, as well as the affiliate in Brazil, which transported 8.1% more passengers domestically. On the other hand, passengers transported internationally increased 30.6% during January and May, compared to the same period of 2023.  

In May alone, LATAM group transported 6.4 million passengers, 11.2% more than in the same period of 2023, while it increased its consolidated capacity, measured in available seats – kilometers (ASK) by 15.9%, driven mainly by 27.6% capacity growth in the international segment.  

Consolidated passenger traffic, measured in revenue – passenger kilometers (RPK), grew by 19.3% in May 2024. As a result, the consolidated load factor reached 81.4% during the month, which represents an increase of 2.3 percentage points compared to the same month of last year. Notably there was an increase of 1.4 percentage points in the load factor of the international segment during this period, which reached 83.5%.  

Regarding its cargo operations, LATAM group increased capacity, measured in available ton – kilometers (ATK), by 12.4% versus May 2023, reaching 677 million available ton – kilometers.  

The following table summarizes the operating statistics for the month and the year to date figures as of May 2024 for the main LATAM business segments: