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PAN AM REPORTS OCTOBER TRAFFIC

 PAN AM REPORTS OCTOBER TRAFFIC
 NEW YORK, Nov. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Pan American World Airways today


reported that scheduled revenue passenger miles in October declined 29.9 percent compared with a year ago, from 1.969 billion to 1.380 billion.
 Available seat miles were down 23.2 percent, from 3.125 billion to 2.399 billion, with load factor at 57.5 percent, down 5.5 points from 63.0 percent in October a year ago.
 Traffic statistics include Pan American World Airways' operations only, and do not include Pan Am Express flights. The 1990 month and year-to-date statistics have been restated to exclude the IGS Service which was transferred to Lufthansa Oct. 28, 1990, and United Kingdom service which was transferred to United Airlines in April, 1991.
 In Latin America, RPMs were down 18.4 percent, ASMs were up 0.1 percent with load factor, at 52.8 percent, down 12.0 points from the 64.8 percent recorded last year.
 Domestic RPMs were down 41.1 percent, ASMs were down 37.8 percent and load factor, at 53.2 percent was down 3.1 points from October 1990's 56.3 percent.
 In the Atlantic, RPMs dropped 30.0 percent, while ASMs were down 26.6 percent, resulting in a load factor of 63.3 percent, down 3.0 points from last year.
 Scheduled freight ton miles were down 41.1 percent, from 52.1 million in 1990 to 30.7 million this year.
 Year To Date.
 For the first ten months of the year, scheduled passenger traffic was down 19.1 percent, from 22.307 billion revenue passenger miles to 18.040 billion revenue passenger miles. Scheduled capacity was down 15.7 percent, from 34.148 billion available seat miles to 28.798 billion available seat miles.
 Load factor, at 62.6 percent, was down 2.7 points from the 65.3 percent recorded in 1990.
 Scheduled freight ton miles were down 37.8 percent, from 578.9 million in 1990 to 360.2 million this year.
 -0- 11/6/91
 /CONTACT: Jeffrey Kriendler of Pan Am, 212-880-1421/
 (PN) CO: Pan American World Airways ST: New York IN: AIR SU: SH -- NY066 -- 1809 11/06/91 14:44 EST
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