Meanwhile, Tigerair Australia (60 percent owned by Virgin Australia) has reported substantial increases in available seat kilometres (+19.7 percent year-on-year) and revenue passenger kilometres (+19.1 percent year-on-year), driven by further improvements in aircraft utilisation. Source = ETB News: P.T. Year-over-year domestic yield for November Financial Year 2014 to date was positive. Virgin Australia has attributed the losses to the fact one of its Boeing 777 aircraft was out of service for heavy maintenance repairs during the month. Domestic passenger numbers decreased by 0.3 percent in November 2013, compared to the corresponding month in 2012. International operations succumbed to a 1.6 percent drop in passengers travelling in November, while available seat kilometres decreased by almost 10 percent, compared to November 2012. Virgin Australia domestic and international passenger numbers suffered a minor drop in November last year, while Tigerair Australia exhibited positive results during the same period.