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1. Cathay Pacific Carried Just 39,989 Passengers in December
Cathay Pacific carried 39,989 passengers in December 2020, a decrease of 98.7% when compared to December 2019. The months revenue passenger kilometres (RPKs) fell 98.1% year-on-year. Passenger load factor dropped by 66.6 percentage points to 18.4%, while capacity, measured in available seat kilometres (ASKs), decreased by 91.2%. Published by on 25 January 2021.
2. Etihad Airways Reports 25.4% Q1 Growth in RPKs
Etihad Airways Reports 25.4% Q1 Growth in RPKs. Etihad Airways has reported a 25.4% growth in revenue passenger kilometres (RPKs) in the first quarter of 2010, far out-pacing the industry average and running ahead of the airlines available seat kilometres (ASKs) growth of 22%. The improvement, against the first quarter of 2009, was matched by an increase in seat factors, from 73%
3. Aviation: RPKs Rose 5.3% in March 2016; Capacity Up 5.9%
IATA's global passenger traffic results for March 2016 show that demand measured in revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) rose 5.3%, compared to the same month last year. Capacity grew slightly faster at 5.9% which pushed the average load factor down by half a percentage point to 79.6%. Asia Pacific airlines traffic rose 6% in March compared to the year-ago period; however, capacit
4. Singapore Airlines Groups RPKs Down 99.6% in April 2020
In April 2020, SIA Groups airlines recorded a 99.6% year-on-year decline in revenue passenger kilometres (RPKs), as travel demand continued to be severely impacted by the COVID19 pandemic.
5. Aviation: RPKs Down 91.3% in May
IATA has reported that passenger demand in May 2020, measured in revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs), dropped 91.3%, when compared to May 2019. This was a mild uptick from the 94% annual decline recorded in April 2020. The improvement was driven by recovery in some domestic markets, most notably China.
6. Aviation: RPKs Rose 6.3% in 2016, Capacity Up 6.2%
IATA's full-year global passenger traffic results for 2016 show demand (revenue passenger kilometers or RPKs) rose 6.3% compared to 2015 (or 6.0% if adjusted for the leap year), well ahead of the ten-year average annual growth rate of 5.5%. Capacity rose 6.2% (unadjusted) compared to 2015, pushing the load factor up 0.1 percentage points to a record full-year average high of 80.5%.
7. IATA Reports 3.8% Increase in RPKs in September 2019; ASKs Up 3.3%
IATA's global passenger traffic results for September 2019 show that demand, measured in revenue passenger kilometers or RPKs, climbed 3.8% compared to the same month last year, broadly unchanged from Augusts performance. Capacity, available seat kilometers or ASKs, increased by 3.3%, and load factor climbed 0.4% percentage point to 81.9%, which was a record for any September.
8. IATA Reports 3.1% Increase in RPKs; ASKs Up 4.2% in March 2019
IATA's global passenger traffic results for March 2019 shows that demand (measured in revenue passenger kilometers, or RPKs) rose 3.1% when compared to the same month a year ago, the slowest pace for any month in nine years.

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