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AS Tallink Grupp statistics for December 2021 and the fourth quarter of the year

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In December 2021 AS Tallink Grupp transported 358 989 passengers, which is an 153.2% increase compared to December 2020. The number of cargo units increased by 20.8% to 31 862 units and the number of passenger vehicles increased by 35.5% to 57 001 units in the same comparison.

In the fourth quarter of the year (October – December) AS Tallink Grupp transported 1 122 892 passengers, which is an 142.6% increase compared to the previous year. The number of transported cargo units increased by 24.0% to 101 486 units and the number of passenger vehicles increased by 27.5% to 171 037 units in same comparison.

AS Tallink Grupp passenger, cargo unit and passenger vehicles numbers for December 2021 and the fourth quarter of the year were the following:

December 2021

December 2020

Change

Q4 2021

Q4 2020

Change

Passengers

358 989

141 771

153.2%

1 122 892

462 859

142.6%

Finland - Sweden

120 802

30 239

299.5%

430 943

112 481

283.1%

Estonia - Finland

195 165

107 591

81.4%

577 653

338 057

70.9%

Estonia - Sweden

43 022

3 170

1 257.2%

114 296

10 305

1 009.1%

Latvia - Sweden

0

771

-100.0%

0

2 016

-100.0%

Cargo Units

31 862

26 379

20.8%

101 486

81 861

24.0%

Finland - Sweden

6 317

4 684

34.9%

19 726

14 672

34.4%

Estonia - Finland

21 184

18 463

14.7%

66 728

55 775

19.6%

Estonia - Sweden

4 361

3 084

41.4%

15 032

10 675

40.8%

Latvia - Sweden

0

148

-100.0%

0

739

-100.0%

Passenger Vehicles

57 001

42 059

35.5%

171 037

134 196

27.5%

Finland - Sweden

6 674

4 780

39.6%

18 879

15 739

20.0%

Estonia - Finland

47 591

36 787

29.4%

144 778

117 102

23.6%

Estonia - Sweden

2 736

252

985.7%

7 380

763

867.2%

Latvia - Sweden

0

240

-100.0%

0

592

-100.0%

COVID-19 related developments and travel restrictions were the key operational factors influencing the developments in 2020 and 2021. The following operational factors further influenced the development in the fourth quarter of the year:

ESTONIA – FINLAND
In addition to regular operations, in the fourth quarter, the cruise ferry Victoria I operated 3 return trips on the Tallinn-Helsinki route replacing the cruise ferry Silja Europa that was chartered out from mid-October to mid-November.

ESTONIA – SWEDEN
In the fourth quarter, Estonia-Sweden statistics include operations of one cruise ferry and two cargo vessels. Due to scheduled maintenance works, the cargo vessel Regal Star did not operate on the route for 9 days in December.

FINLAND – SWEDEN
In the fourth quarter, Finland-Sweden statistics include operations of the Helsinki-Stockholm and Turku-Stockholm routes. During the quarter, cruise ferries Baltic Princess and Galaxy did not operate on the route for 8 days and 5 days, respectively, due to scheduled maintenance works.

LATVIA – SWEDEN
In the fourth quarter, operations of the Riga-Stockholm route were suspended.


Liisa Gross
Investor Relations Specialist

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

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