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Alitalia Registers an 88% Occupancy Factor at LAX in July 2012

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According to official airport statistics, Alitalia carried 15,970 passengers between LAX and FCO during the month of July (when flights were daily in both directions), resulting in an average load of 258 passengers, or 88% occupancy factor.

For July, Alitalia placed seventh amongst the European carriers, finishing behind Lufthansa, British Airways, Air France, Virgin Atlantic, KLM and Turkish Airlines, but ahead of Swiss, El Al, Aeroflot, and Iberia.

So far, Alitalia's statistics are nearly a carbon copy of those of last year.

Because Alitalia's LAX service is only from May through mid-November, end-of-year statistics are likely to place the carrier at the bottom of the heap, compared to the other European carriers (which have year-round flights).

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