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ExpressJet Holdings reports December traffic and capacity.


ExpressJet Holdings (NYSE: XJT) has reported its traffic and capacity results for December 2006 related to its Continental Express operating fleet.

The carrier said that during the month ExpressJet's revenue passenger miles (RPMs) totalled 861.1m, up 5.4% compared to December 2005, and available seat miles (ASMs) increased by 3% compared to December 2005. ExpressJet's December load factor was 77.1%, a 1.7 point increase over December 2005.

In December 2006 ExpressJet also operated at a 99.9% controllable completion factor, which excludes cancellations due to weather and air traffic control. ExpressJet had a total completion factor of 96.6% for the month.

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Date:Jan 3, 2007
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