passenger mile


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passenger mile

One passenger transported one mile. For air and ocean transport, use nautical miles; for rail, highway, and inland waterway transport in the continental United States, use statute miles.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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ALTHOUGH THEY invariably cost far more per passenger mile than buses or automobiles, light-rail trains continue to capture the hearts of urban planners nationwide.
Alaska Airline reported a revenue passenger mile increase of 10.4% on an available seat mile increase of 7.2%.
Las Vegas-based Allegiant Travel Company (NASDAQ: ALGT) has reported 1,373,019 in June 2019 revenue passenger miles (RPMs), compared with 1,216,117 in June 2018, an increase of 12.9%, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 15, 2019-Allegiant reports 12.9% increase in June 2019 revenue passenger miles
Travel Business Review-July 15, 2019-Allegiant reports 12.9% increase in June 2019 revenue passenger miles
Revenue passenger miles for the fourth quarter increased 3.1% to 11.5 billion on a capacity increase of 5.1%, resulting in a fourth quarter load factor of 83.1%, a 1.6 point decrease year over year.
Alaska Airlines saw an increase in revenue passenger miles of 4.7% while available seat miles rose by 3.0% in March 2012 compared to the same month of 2012.
Year over year, passengers were up 1.4 percent, available seat miles were down 10.5 percent, and revenue passenger miles were down 9 percent.
Continental flew 7.5 billion consolidated revenue passenger miles in December, compared with 7 billion revenue passenger miles in December 2005.
ACE Aviation's regional carrier Jazz, revenue passenger miles climbed 46 percent in September as capacity climbed 40 percent to 469 million available seat miles.
In July 2005, American Airlines reported that revenue passenger miles to and from Latin America increased 12.5% from the previous year.

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