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- 9. Global Airline Traffic continues to Slow
Global Airline Traffic continues to Slow. IATA's global scheduled international traffic data for March 2008 shows that when compared to March 2007, airline passenger demand increased 5.8% with load factors at 77.7%. Freight traffic grew 3.2%.
- 10. International Airline Traffic Continues to Rise in September
International Airline Traffic Continues to Rise in September
- 11. Airline Traffic Recovery Intensifies in July 2003
Airline Traffic Recovery Intensifies in July 2003
- 12. Airline traffic growth to slow in 2006? - Time to cut surcharges
Airline traffic growth to slow in 2006? - Time to cut surcharges.
- 13. IATA Reports International Airline Traffic Data for April 2009
IATA Reports International Airline Traffic Data for April 2009. IATA has released international traffic data for April 2009 that shows a 3.1% decline in passenger demand and a mammoth 21.7% fall in cargo demand compared to April 2008. The average passenger load factor for the month stood at 74.4%.
- 14. IATA Reports Airline Traffic from February 2011
IATA Reports Airline Traffic from February 2011. Scheduled international traffic for February 2011 increased 6% and 2.3% respectively for passenger and cargo demand compared to February 2010 according to data from IATA. February demand growth was down significantly from the revised 8.4% and 8.7% expansion recorded in January for passenger and cargo traffic respectively. The politic
- 15. IATA Reports Global Airline Traffic for April 2010
IATA Reports Global Airline Traffic for April 2010. The scale of the ash crisis saw global load factors drop to 76.9% from the 78% recorded in March 2010. Freight load factors also dipped to 55.3% from the 57.1% recorded in the previous month. While March traffic was within 1% of pre-crisis levels for both passenger and cargo, this slipped to 7% for passenger and 3% for cargo in Ap
- 16. IATA releases Half Year Airline Traffic Results
IATA releases Half Year Airline Traffic Results. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has released traffic results for the first six months of 2007 showing 6.3% growth in year-on-year international passenger demand, slightly higher than the 5.9% full-year rise recorded for the year 2006. However, passenger demand growth weakened to 5.3% for the month of June, the lowe
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