The September figures reflect the fact that as of 20 September 2022, six of the company’s vessels are chartered out.
+26.5% pax / +0.6% freight units / -4.7% pax vehicles
The biggest passenger number increase during the quarter was on the Finland-Sweden route with the passenger number increasing in Q3 2022 by a total of 82.2% compared to the same period last year.
The Estonia-Finland route also saw significant recovery in passenger numbers during the quarter year-on-year with the passenger number up in 2022 by 61.7%
+65.5% pax / +13.1% freight units / +21% passenger vehicles
Commenting on the statistics, Paavo Nõgene, CEO of Tallink Grupp said:
“As we enter the last quarter of this turbulent year, we have taken several steps to secure our business over the low season, both through unpleasant, but vital price increases as well as various charter agreements for our vessels. Although the latter means that we have less services to offer our loyal customers over the coming months, it also means that we have secured the future of these vessels in our fleet and will be able to offer more of these services again once our vessels return to the Baltic Sea.”