Kazakhstan’s airlines have reported a 1.5-time drop in their revenues in the first six months of the year, with passenger transport continuing to make up 95% of the revenues.
During the first half of 2020, the country’s airlines have carried 2.3 million passengers, down by 35.8% YoY. In June, 480.6 thousand passengers were serviced, up 2.9-fold MoM, when the strict quarantine measures were in place. Passenger turnover has totaled 3.8 billion passenger-km, down 1.9-fold YoY. That of June equaled 476.3 million passenger-km, up 2-fold MoM.
In the first six months of the year, the airlines transported 9.5 thousand tons worth of cargoes and baggage, down by 21.9%.
The airlines have reported a 1.5-time drop in their revenues. Thus, their revenues stood at 99.2 billion tenge in contrast with the previous year’s revenues of 170.1 billion tenge.
According to Energyprom, passenger transport and cargo and baggage account for 95.1 billion tenge and 4.1 billion tenge of the airlines revenues, respectively. (Kazinform/Business World Magazine)