SAS transported 2.4 million passengers in November, 7.1 percent higher compared with the same month last year.
SAS released the number of passengers they had for November on Wednesday. The figures show that the flights were booked for around 73.7 percent, which is a new record for November.
The so-called yield (ie how much the company earns per passenger per kilometer) fell six percent, while PASK (passenger revenue per available seat kilometer) was unchanged.
The newly introduced aircraft seat fee has meant that margins have declined, the company said in the report.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today