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  • 2017 February 3 12:25

    AS Tallink Grupp transported 561,493 passengers in January 2017, up almost 1%, Y-o-Y

    In January 2017 AS Tallink Grupp transported 561 493 passengers, which is almost a 1% increase compared to January 2016. The number of cargo units increased by 1.8% to 24 904 units and the number of passenger vehicles decreased by 0.8% to 68 189 units in the same comparison.

    AS Tallink Grupp passenger, cargo unit and passenger vehicles numbers for January 2017 were the following:

     

    January 2017

    January 2016

    Change

     

    Passengers

    561 493

    556 750

    0.9%

     

    Finland - Sweden

    166 480

    164 492

    1.2%

     

    Estonia - Finland

    289 804

    293 142

    -1.1%

     

    Estonia - Sweden

    64 748

    68 899

    -6.0%

     

    Latvia - Sweden

    40 461

    30 217

    33.9%

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Cargo Units

    24 904

    24 455

    1.8%

     

    Finland - Sweden

    5 951

    5 543

    7.4%

     

    Estonia - Finland

    15 061

    15 195

    -0.9%

     

    Estonia - Sweden

    3 175

    3 170

    0.2%

     

    Latvia - Sweden

    717

    547

    31.1%

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Passenger Vehicles

    68 189

    68 765

    -0.8%

     

    Finland - Sweden

    7 285

    7 478

    -2.6%

     

    Estonia - Finland

    50 961

    51 987

    -2.0%

     

    Estonia - Sweden

    4 914

    5 247

    -6.3%

     

    Latvia - Sweden

    5 029

    4 053

    24.1%

     

    The following operational factors influenced the development in January 2017:

    FINLAND-SWEDEN

    The cruise ferry Baltic Princess did not operate on route for 5 days due to scheduled maintenance.

    ESTONIA-FINLAND

    The fast ferry Star did not operate on route for 15 days due to scheduled maintenance.

    On 29 January 2017 the new LNG fast ferry Megastar started operating Tallink Shuttle service on the Tallinn-Helsinki route and replaced fast ferry Superstar.

    On 31 January 2017 the charter contract of the fast ferry Superstar was concluded and the ship was handed over to its owner.

    ESTONIA-SWEDEN

    The cruise ferry Victoria I did not operate on route for 12 days due to scheduled maintenance.

    LATVIA-SWEDEN

    The cruise ferry Romantika did not operate on route for 10 days due to scheduled maintenance.

    In December 2016 the cruise ferry Romantika started operating on the Riga-Stockholm route as second ship on the route next to cruise ferry Isabelle.




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