Advertisement
|24 February, 2018

Tunisair revenues up 29% in 2017

Remedial actions have been taken to improve these indicators

National career Tunisair’s passenger traffic grew by 17.1% in 2017 compared to 2016, allowing the airline to improve its revenues by 29%, to more than 1,280 million dinars (MD) against 995.1 (MD) last year, with a market share (at Tunisian airports) of 41.8% against 39.8%, according to indicators published Saturday by the company.

The passenger traffic (all activities combined) increased from 2,991.841 to 3,502.475 passengers. Regular and additional traffic edged up by 11.6%, to 3,197.641 in 2017 and the charter and pilgrimage activity rose by 141% in 2017.

The daily use of the fleet reached 8h16 in 2017, compared to 7h03 in 2016 that is up by 13% compared to 2016. The filling ratio, which reached 74.4%, gained 3 points in comparison with that of 2016.

Despite these performances, Tunisair recorded a regression by 44% in the punctuality of its flights against 55% in 2016.

According to the company remedial actions have been taken to improve these indicators by attaching importance to the quality of its services in order to provide a satisfactory service to its passengers.

© Tap 2018 Provided by SyndiGate Media Inc. (Syndigate.info).