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49. IATA Reports January 2014 Passenger Traffic Results
IATAs global passenger traffic results for January 2014 show a strong increase in demand. Total revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) rose 8.0% compared to January 2013, an improvement over the December 2013 growth of 6.8% and the full year 2013 growth of 5.2%. January capacity increased 6.7%, pushing load factor up 0.9 percentage points to 78.1%.
50. IATA Reports Global Passenger Traffic Data for June 2016
IATA's global passenger traffic data for June 2016 shows that demand measured in revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) rose by 5.2% compared to the year-ago period. Asia Pacific airlines June traffic increased 8.2% compared to the year ago period. However, most of the growth relates to the strong upward trend in traffic seen in the final months of 2015 and into 2016, with June deman
51. IATA Reports Global Passenger Traffic Results for August 2014
IATAs global passenger traffic results for August 2014 show a slight pick-up in demand over the previous month. Total revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) increased 5.9% compared to August 2013, which was above the 5.4% year-over-year increase recorded in July. August capacity climbed 5.5%. The load factor stood at 83.9% which is a 0.3 percentage point rise over August 2013.
52. IATA Reports Global Passenger Traffic Results for September 2015
IATAs global passenger traffic results for September 2015 show solid demand growth in both domestic and international traffic when compared to the same month last year. Total revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) rose 7.3% compared to the year-ago period, slightly above the 7.1% growth achieved in August. September capacity (available seat kilometers or ASKs) increased by 6.6%, and
53. Air Travel Maintains Strong Growth; IATA Reports October 2013 Traffic
According to IATA, global passenger traffic results for October 2013 show a moderate acceleration of the robust demand trend of the last few months. Total revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) rose 6.6% compared to October 2012, an improvement over the September increase of 5.2%, while a capacity increase of 6.5% meant that load factor was virtually flat at 78.9%.
54. Demand for Air Travel Slows in March
IATAs global passenger traffic results for March 2014 show a moderation of the pace of growth in demand. Total revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) increased 3.1% compared to March 2013. Although this represented a slowdown in comparison to the February year-on-year traffic increase of 5.6%, cumulative traffic growth for Q1 2014 was 5.6%, which is a slight improvement over the 5.2%
55. IATA Reports Global Passenger Traffic Results for March 2015
IATA's global passenger traffic results for March 2015 shows demand (revenue passenger kilometers or RPKs) rose 7.4% compared to March 2014. This was an improvement on February, when year-on-year growth was 6.4%. The acceleration in the year-on-year comparison reflects the residual impact of the February Lunar New Year celebrations, which tend to boost leisure travel in the weeks b
56. Airline Passenger Traffic Growth Stays Strong in June 2014
IATA's global passenger traffic results for June 2014 show a modest deceleration in demand growth compared to May 2014. Total revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) rose 4.7% over the year-ago period, which was below the 6.2% year-on-year increase recorded in May 2014. June capacity (available seat kilometers or ASKs) increased by 5.0%, causing load factor to slip 0.2 percentage point

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