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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
IATA’s 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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