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17. IATA Reports September 2011 Airline Traffic
IATA member traffic results for September 2011 show diverging trends for cargo and passenger traffic. Passenger traffic was 5.6% higher than the same month last year and stronger than the 4.6% year-on-year growth recorded in August. Air freight on the other hand posted a 2.7% contraction for September compared to September 2010. This is a further deterioration from the 2.4% decline
18. AAPA Reports Asia Pacific Airline Traffic for March 2012
Supported by an improvement in business travel markets, airlines based in the Asia Pacific region carried a combined total of 17.2 million international passengers in March, 10.6% more than in the same month last year. International passenger demand, as measured in revenue passenger kilometre (RPK) terms, grew by 9.4%, whilst available seat capacity expanded by 5.6%, resulting in a
19. AAPA Reports Asia Pacific Airline Traffic for May 2012
Airlines based in the Asia Pacific region carried 16.6 million international passengers in the month of May, an increase of 8.9% compared with the same month last year. International passenger traffic, measured in revenue passenger kilometre (RPK) terms, grew by 7.0%. Growth in available seat capacity matched the increase in traffic demand, resulting in an average international pas
20. IATA Reports October 2011 Airline Traffic
Asia Pacific carriers reported a 3.8% increase in demand against a 7.5% capacity expansion resulting in a load factor of 75.2%. While Asia Pacific airlines benefitted from the fast growth of Asian exports in the immediate post-recession recovery, in the past year, European exporters took the lead in export growth on the back of a weak Euro. This is one of the causes of the relative
21. IATA Reports Global Airline Traffic for March 2011
According to IATA, scheduled international traffic results for March 2011 show that year-on-year growth in passenger demand slowed to 3.8% from the 5.8% recorded in February 2011. Conversely, year-on-year growth in freight markets rebounded to 3.7% in March from the 1.8% recorded in February. Compared to February, global passenger demand fell by 0.3% in March, while cargo demand ex
22. AAPA Reports Asia Pacific Airline Traffic for September 2011
According to figures from the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA), Asia Pacific based airlines flew a total of 16 million international passengers in September 2011, a growth of 5.4% compared to the same month last year, underpinned by business and leisure demand on Asian routes. Measured in revenue passenger kilometre terms (RPK), international passenger traffic grew by 5.
23. IATA Reports May 2011 Global Airline Traffic
IATAs traffic results for May 2011 show a 6.8% increase in passenger traffic over May 2010. This is 4% higher than the beginning of the year. Freight traffic showed a drop of 4% against the post-recession peak of the re-stocking cycle in May 2010. However, recent months show a renewed upward trend with freight volumes 2% higher than the start of the year.
24. Airline Traffic Growth Slows Again in July 2012
Asia Pacific carriers saw demand growth of just 0.9%. This is a major slowdown from the 5.8% recorded in the June year-on-year comparison. Moreover, compared to the previous month (June 2012), demand contracted by 1.3%. European airlines appear to be benefiting more than Asia Pacific airlines from the recently stronger trade flows from West to East, while the Middle Eastern airline

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