Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) today reported financial and operating performance for September 2013.
Consolidated passenger unit revenue (PRASM) for the month of September increased 5.5% year over year, with particularly strong results in the trans-Atlantic and domestic entities. The negative impact of yen devaluation lessened from its peak in August, resulting in 1 point of system PRASM pressure for the month.
Delta completed 99.9 percent of its flights in September and ran an on-time arrival rate of 90.2 percent.
The company’s financial and operating performance is detailed below.
|Preliminary Financial and Operating Results
|September consolidated PRASM change year over year||5.5%|
|Projected September quarter fuel price per gallon, adjusted||$2.98 – $3.03|
|September mainline completion factor||99.9%|
|September on-time performance (preliminary DOT A14)||90.2%|
|Note: Fuel price includes taxes, transportation, settled hedges, hedge premiums and refinery impact, but excludes mark to market adjustments on open hedges.|
Source / Author: Delta