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- 113. Boeing Forecasts World Air Cargo Traffic to Double in Next 20 Years
Boeing has forecast that air cargo traffic will grow at an annual rate of 4.7% over the next 20 years, with global air freight traffic expected to more than double by 2033. The company released its biennial World Air Cargo Forecast at the International Air Cargo Forum and Exhibition on Tuesday.
- 114. Munich Airport Sets New Records for Passenger Traffic and Cargo
Munich Airport Sets New Records for Passenger Traffic and Cargo. Approximately 35 million passengers – a gain of 6% over the previous year – used Munich Airport during 2010. With this new record, Munich continued to hold the number seven spot among Europe's top airports in terms of total passengers. The booming traffic figures also boosted the business performance of FMG, the airpo
- 115. Airline Passenger Traffic up by 6% in May 2008
Airline Passenger Traffic up by 6% in May 2008. At 1.3%, cargo demand is considerably down from the 4.3% recorded for the full year 2007. For the first five months of 2008, air freight volumes were up 2.8%. The biggest cause of the slow growth came from a 0.5% contraction in Asian carrier traffic. This resulted from the impact of the earthquake in China and weakness in the Japanese
- 116. Air France - KLM Reports June 2009 Traffic
Air France - KLM Reports June 2009 Traffic. The 5% reduction in capacity that KLM Air France recorded in June 2009 was insufficient to offset the drop in traffic (-6.4%). The load factor remained high at 80.3% (-1.1 points). As in previous months, unit revenues were weak. The group carried 6.4 million passengers (-7%).
- 117. Finnair Reports Q2 2010 Results
Finnair Reports Q2 2010 Results. In January-June 2010, Finnair carried 3.5 million passengers, which is more than 5% below the previous year's figure. Scheduled traffic grew by 5.5%. Asian traffic grew during the first half of the year by 13%. Leisure traffic, on the other hand, declined by 30%, because as demand fell tour operators brought their own aircraft capacity to Finland.
- 118. LAN Airlines Reports July 2010 Traffic
LAN Airlines Reports July 2010 Traffic. International passenger traffic for July grew 13.3%, while capacity increased 10.3%. Accordingly, the international passenger load factor for the month increased 2.1 points to 79.4%. During July, international capacity was mainly driven by an increase in operations on routes to the United States, as well as certain regional routes.
- 119. Jet Airways Reports December 2009 Traffic
Jet Airways Reports December 2009 Traffic. India’s Jet Airways has reported a 53 % surge in domestic, and 28% surge in international passenger traffic for the month of December 2009, vis-a-vis the same period last year. The average seat factor for Jet Airways’ international operations for December stood at 84.9%, reflecting growing passenger demand for the airline’s award-winning i
- 120. 2010 a Record Year for HKIA
2010 a Record Year for HKIA. Hong Kong International Airport set new annual records in each of its three traffic categories in 2010. During the year, passenger traffic grew to 50.9 million, a 10.3% increase over 2009; cargo increased 23.4% to 4.1 million tonnes; and air traffic movements rose 9.7% to 306,535.
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