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Alitalia LAX/FCO Flight Registers 83.5% Seat Occupany for July 2011

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Official statistics published by the LAX Airport Authority for July 2011 reflect that Alitalia's nonstop flights between Los Angeles and Rome (which operated daily for the first time beginning in July) registered an average seat occupancy factor of 83.5% for the month of July, 2011. A total of 15,071 passengers was transported in both directions, equalling an average load of 243 passengers per flight (out of 291 seats).

Alitalia flew more passengers between LAX and Rome in July on its daily flight, than did Swiss between LAX and Zurich on its own daily flight (although the load factor for Swiss was over 96%). However, Swiss carries more passengers out of LAX on an annual basis, because the Alitalia flight is seasonal only.

Alitalia's LAX service will continue to operate daily until the end of September, thereafter reducing to four and then three times per week, through and including November 13, after which date the flight will be suspended for the winter, to resume on March 25, 2012.

Alitalia taking off from LAX for FCO:

http://www.airliners.net/photo/Alitalia/Boeing-777-243-ER/1978287/&sid=b534b37c0d713c1c8d20d78f20363812

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