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- 121. 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
- 122. IATA Reports January 2010 Traffic
IATA Reports January 2010 Traffic. IATA’s January 2010 statistics for international scheduled air traffic show continuing improvement. Compared to the previous year, January passenger demand was up 6.4%. Against this improving demand, a 1.2% increase in passenger capacity in January pushed load factors to 75.9% (up from the 72.2% recorded for January 2009).
- 123. Airbus Analyses Future Growth Potential of Australia South Pacific Region
Airbus’ Global Market Forecast (GMF) shows international traffic serving the Australia South Pacific region will grow annually at 4.5%. Traffic to and from neighbouring developing markets will grow even quicker with traffic to Asia growing at 5.1%, Latin America 6.2%, Africa 6.3% and the Middle East 5.4%, which are all well above the world average (4.7%).
- 124. IATA Reports Global Passenger Traffic Results for September 2015
IATA’s 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
- 125. AirFrance KLM Reports January 2011 Traffic
AirFrance KLM Reports January 2011 Traffic. In January 2011 Air France KLM passenger traffic rose 4.8% with capacity up 3.3%, leading to a 1.1 point gain in the load factor to 79.2%. The number of passengers rose 6.7% to 5.4 million. Nevertheless, unit revenues, although higher than last year, saw a levelling-off.
- 126. Asia Pacific Airports Report 5.1% Increase in Passenger Traffic for September 2014
In September 2014, passenger traffic maintained a moderate growth rate in the ACI Asia-Pacific region where a year-on-year increase of +5.1% was recorded while the airports in the Middle East reported +9.3% compared to same month last year. For the period from January to September 2014, passenger traffic in the Middle East continued to lead the region with a strong increase of +8.9
- 127. Asia Pacific Airports Record 8.5% Increase in Passenger Traffic in H1 2012
Asia Pacific airports showed a remarkable rebound from 2011 and recorded a strong +8.5% increase in passenger traffic in the first half of 2012 compared to the same period last year. According to the latest ACI Passenger and Freight Flash Reports, the Middle East outperformed other regions in the world with an enviable growth of +13.2% year-on-year in passenger traffic.
- 128. Airports in Asia Pacific Report 7.3% Increase in Passenger Traffic
According to data compiled by ACI-Asia Pacific, passenger traffic at Asia Pacific airports in October 2014 maintained a moderate growth rate of +7.3% year-on-year while airports in the Middle East reported +7.6% in the same period. The majority of the airports reported positive growth for the month. In particular, high growth in domestic passenger traffic continued to be a signific
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