ROCKFORD, Ill. – The Chicago Rockford International Airport (RFD) today released traffic statistics for May 2013. Reports show a 35.3 percent increase in traffic over May of 2012. The increase can be attributed to a number of factors including Allegiant’s expanded Ft. Myers service and additional flights to Cancun via Apple Vacations. Flights departing in May averaged a 91 percent load factor.
Following is an overview of monthly and year-to-date statistics.
May 2013 – 17,820 Passengers
May 2012 – 13,172 Passengers
January-May 2013 – 110,157 Passengers
January-May 2012 – 108,618 Passengers
RFD is served by three airlines; Allegiant, Apple Vacations and Frontier. RFD serves nine non-stop destinations including Cancun, Denver, Ft. Myers, Las Vegas, Montego Bay, Orlando, Phoenix, Punta Cana and Tampa Bay. For more information on all flights, visit FlyRFD.com.