Published: 2020-10-05 08:30:00 CEST
Tallink Grupp
Company Announcement

AS Tallink Grupp statistics for September 2020 and the third quarter of the 2020 financial year

In September 2020 AS Tallink Grupp transported 243 215 passengers, which is a 66.1% decrease compared to September 2019. The number of cargo units decreased by 0.5% to 32 672 units and the number of passenger vehicles decreased by 25.2% to 62 138 units in the same comparison.

In the third quarter of the 2020 financial year (July – September) AS Tallink Grupp transported 1 314 301 passengers, which is a 55.8% decrease compared to the previous year. The number of transported cargo units decreased by 1.9% to 91 578 units and the number of passenger vehicles decreased by 22.0% to 275 735 units in same comparison.

AS Tallink Grupp passenger, cargo unit and passenger vehicles numbers for September 2020 and the third quarter of the financial year were the following:

 September
2020
September
2019
ChangeQ3 2020Q3 2019Change
Passengers 243 215 718 354 -66.1% 1 314 301 2 974 790 -55.8%
Finland - Sweden61 702206 890-70.2%344 004881 948-61.0%
Estonia - Finland165 739377 153-56.1%931 5071 533 573-39.3%
Estonia - Sweden6 79872 761-90.7%13 040302 147-95.7%
Latvia - Sweden8 97661 550-85.4%25 750257 122-90.0%
       
Cargo Units 32 672 32 843 -0.5% 91 578 93 329 -1.9%
Finland - Sweden6 0267 256-17.0%16 74518 679-10.4%
Estonia - Finland22 80220 20212.9%64 38759 9587.4%
Estonia - Sweden3 6413 902-6.7%9 80910 527-6.8%
Latvia - Sweden2031 483-86.3%6374 165-84.7%
       
Passenger Vehicles 62 138 83 089 -25.2% 275 735 353 725 -22.0%
Finland - Sweden8 31411 088-25.0%38 09268 249-44.2%
Estonia - Finland52 19162 691-16.7%233 640243 276-4.0%
Estonia - Sweden4094 486-90.9%96622 564-95.7%
Latvia - Sweden1 2244 824-74.6%3 03719 636-84.5%
       

The following operational factors influenced the development in the third quarter of the 2020 financial year:

ESTONIA – FINLAND

In addition to regular operations, in the third quarter, the cruise ferry Victoria I operated on the Tallinn-Helsinki route. The cruise ferry Baltic Queen operated 8 special cruises from Tallinn to Aland and 15 special cruises from Tallinn to Turku. The cruise ferry Victoria I operated one special cruise from Helsinki to Saaremaa and one special cruise from Tallinn to Aland. The Estonia-Finland routes’ statistics in the table above include volumes from both ordinary and rerouted operations.

ESTONIA – SWEDEN

Daily operations of the Tallinn-Stockholm route have been suspended since 15 March due to travel restrictions. In the third quarter, the cruise ferry Isabelle and the cargo vessel Sailor operated on the Paldiski-Kapellskär route in addition to the cargo vessel Regal Star. The cruise ferry Baltic Queen operated two special return trips on the Tallinn-Stockholm route. The cruise ferry Victoria I operated one special cruise from Tallinn to Riga. The Estonia-Sweden routes’ statistics in the table above include volumes from both ordinary and rerouted operations.  

FINLAND – SWEDEN

Operations of the Helsinki-Stockholm route have been suspended since 19 March due to travel restrictions. In the third quarter, the cruise ferry Silja Serenade operated on the Helsinki-Riga route. The cruise ferry Silja Symphony operated 16 special cruises on the Stockholm-Visby route and 6 special cruises on the Stockholm-Härnösand route. The Finland-Sweden routes’ statistics in the table above include volumes from both ordinary and rerouted operations.

LATVIA – SWEDEN

Daily operations of the Riga-Stockholm route have been suspended since 16 March due to travel restrictions. In the third quarter, the cruise ferry Romantika operated 4 special cruises from Riga to Aland and 5 from Riga to Helsinki. The cruise ferry Romantika also operated 8 and the cruise ferry Victoria I 4 special return trips on the Riga-Stockholm route in order to ensure movement of cargo. 

 

Monika Mäger
Investor Relations Specialist

AS Tallink Grupp
Sadama 5
10111 Tallinn, Estonia
E-mail monika.mager@tallink.ee

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