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129. 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.
130. 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
131. Asia Pacific Airports Record 10.7% Increase in Passenger Traffic in January 2014
According to Airports Council International, the Asia Pacific and Middle East region has enjoyed a good start to the year, recording +10.7% year-on-year growth in passenger traffic in January. Almost all airports registered a positive result compared to January 2013 except for Bangkok Suvarnabhumi (BKK) which saw a drop in international passenger traffic by -4.1% due to the anti-go
132. Changi Reports February 2012 Traffic
Passenger traffic at Singapore Changi Airport increased 11.2% to 3.77 million in February 2012, which this year had 29 days. There was strong travel demand across all regions with traffic between Singapore and the Middle East growing by more than 20%. Other regions the Americas, Europe, South Asia and Southeast Asia also grew by double digits.
133. Traffic Results from Asia Pacific Airlines in June 2010
Traffic Results from Asia Pacific Airlines in June 2010. Asia Pacific-based airlines carried a total of 15.1 million international passengers in June 2010, a sharp 25.2% gain compared to the depressed volumes seen in the same month last year. International passenger traffic, measured in revenue passenger kilometres (RPK) grew by 19%, indicating particularly strong growth on short-h
134. AAPA Reports Full Year 2009 Traffic Results
AAPA Reports Full Year 2009 Traffic Results. In 2009, Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) member airlines carried 132.9 million international passengers, 5.7% fewer than in the previous year. Passenger traffic measured in revenue passenger kilometres (RPK) fell by 6.5%, indicating particular weakness in demand on long-haul routes. Available seat capacity was reduced by 6.1%
135. Association of Asia Pacific Airlines Reports April 2010 Traffic
Association of Asia Pacific Airlines Reports April 2010 Traffic. A total of 15.2 million international passengers were transported by Asia Pacific-based airlines in April 2010, 11.7% more than in the same month last year. International passenger traffic, in revenue passenger kilometre (RPK) terms, grew by 8.9%. With available seat capacity posting a modest rise of 1.2%, the average
136. IATA Condemns Strike Action by French Air Traffic Controllers
IATA has strongly condemned the strike action by French air traffic controllers which targets vacationers at the start of the busy summer holiday season. One of Frances largest unions for air traffic controllers called for a six-day strike to begin on 24 June. This coincides with the first major travel weekend of the busy European summer holiday season. The strikes are in protest

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