Based on the 2014 results the passenger turnover amounted to 94.6 billion passenger-kilometres or 88.4% of the previous year’s level, out of which trains made up by JSC FPC had 87.5 billion passenger-kilometers or 90.3% of the 2013 level.
In spite of the transfer growth in domestic traffic in compartment carriages and sleeping cars by 5.8% to the 2013 level, on the whole, the transfer volume in the deregulated segment decreased by 14.1% from the previous year’s level.
The transfer volume in the regulated segment was 92.6% of the 2013 level.
In the reporting year the passenger turnover in trains made up in CIS and Baltic countries totalled 7.1 billion passenger-kilometres, a decline of 30.1%.
The decline in volume indicators to the previous year’s level is due to the drop in passenger turnover in the international traffic (63.4% to the previous year’s level), tight national macroeconomic situation and changes in geopolitical environment.
In 2014, 98.7 million passengers were transferred. The decline from 2013 was 9.1%, including:
In the reporting period the number of kilometres travelled by the cars was reduced of 92.8% of the 2013 level and totalled 3,293.6 million car-kilometres.
With regard to decline in the number of kilometres travelled by the cars, seat usage was 69.1% which is 2.4% lower lower than the previous year’s level.
The work results of trains made up by JSC FPC, international trains made up by foreign railways and railways administrations of CIS and Baltic countries in 2014:
In the reporting period, a passenger train of JSC FPC had 13.0 cars on average which is 2.3% lower than the 2013 level.
|Indicators||2012||2013||2014||Growth 2014 on 2013, %|
|in trains made up by JSC FPC||103.3||96.9||87.5||90.3|
|in domestic traffic||26.2||23.8||25.2||105.8|
|in interstate traffic||9.2||9.6||3.5||36.6|
|in trains made up in CIS and Baltic countries||10.7||10.1||7.1||69.9|
|Passengers carried million passengers||114.2||108.6||98.7||90.9|
|Average number of cars in a train, cars||13.4||13.3||13.0||97.7|
|Decline factors||Growth 2014 on 2013, %|
|Deregulated segment||Regulated segment|
|Cancellation of unprofitable trains||–1.7||–1.3|
|Indexation of passenger service rates, flexible rates regulation schedule||–0.3||–2.1|
|Increase in the number of car dispatches in peak periods||+0.6||+0.5|
|Geopolitical environment deterioration (Ukraine, sanctions)||–12.2|
|National currency weakening||–1.8|