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  • 2020 January 9 17:10

    Tallink Grupp published its statistics for December 2019 and Q4’2019

    In December 2019 AS Tallink Grupp transported 781 684 passengers, which is a 3.2% decrease compared to December 2018. The number of cargo units decreased by 3.1% to 26 232 units and the number of passenger vehicles decreased by 2.0% to 82 937 units in the same comparison.

    In the fourth quarter of the 2019 financial year (October – December) AS Tallink Grupp transported 2 280 805 passengers, which is a 1.5% increase compared to the previous year. The number of transported cargo units decreased by 4.7% to 93 645 units and the number of passenger vehicles increased by 1.8% to 243 025 units in same comparison.

    AS Tallink Grupp passenger, cargo unit and passenger vehicles numbers for December 2019 and the fourth quarter of the 2019 financial year were the following:

     

    December 2019

    December 2018

    Change

    Q4 2019

    Q4 2018

    Change

    Passengers

    781 684

    807 403

    -3.2%

    2 280 805

    2 247 226

    1.5%

    Finland - Sweden

    222 011

    236 512

    -6.1%

    675 650

    679 136

    -0.5%

    Estonia - Finland

    412 209

    427 980

    -3.7%

    1 199 939

    1 173 165

    2.3%

    Estonia - Sweden

    84 200

    81 799

    2.9%

    224 083

    221 979

    0.9%

    Latvia - Sweden

    63 264

    61 112

    3.5%

    181 133

    172 946

    4.7%

     







    Cargo Units

    26 232

    27 076

    -3.1%

    93 645

    98 286

    -4.7%

    Finland - Sweden

    5 533

    5 566

    -0.6%

    19 941

    20 510

    -2.8%

    Estonia - Finland

    16 558

    16 995

    -2.6%

    58 423

    61 585

    -5.1%

    Estonia - Sweden

    2 906

    3 347

    -13.2%

    11 158

    11 941

    -6.6%

    Latvia - Sweden

    1 235

    1 168

    5.7%

    4 123

    4 250

    -3.0%

     







    Passenger Vehicles

    82 937

    84 610

    -2.0%

    243 025

    238 676

    1.8%

    Finland - Sweden

    10 456

    9 345

    11.9%

    27 919

    25 586

    9.1%

    Estonia - Finland

    63 104

    65 703

    -4.0%

    188 834

    185 096

    2.0%

    Estonia - Sweden

    4 575

    4 663

    -1.9%

    12 149

    13 307

    -8.7%

    Latvia - Sweden

    4 802

    4 899

    -2.0%

    14 123

    14 687

    -3.8%

     



















    The following operational factors influenced the development in December 2019 and in the fourth quarter of the 2019 financial year:

    FINLAND – SWEDEN

    Cruise ferry Silja Symphony did not operate on the route for two days due to technical fault.
    Cruise ferry Silja Serenade and cruise ferry Baltic Princess did not operate on the route for two days due to support strike.

    ESTONIA – SWEDEN

    Cargo vessel Regal Star did not operate on the route for one day due to bad weather.




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