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- 145. Asia Pacific Airlines Traffic Results for November 2010
Asia Pacific Airlines Traffic Results for November 2010. Overall, airlines based in the Asia Pacific region carried 15.5 million international passengers in November 2010, an increase of 10.7% compared to the same month last year, underpinned by strong regional travel demand. Measured in revenue passenger kilometre (RPK) terms, international passenger traffic grew by 8.2%. Availabl
- 146. AAPA Reports Asia Pacific Airlines Traffic Results for June 2013
Preliminary traffic figures from the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) for the month of June 2013 show sustained growth in international passenger traffic, but prolonged weakness in air cargo markets. Asia Pacific airlines carried a combined total of 18.3 million international passengers in June, a 7.1% growth compared to the same month last year.
- 147. Asia Pacific Leads August 2008 International Traffic Decline
Asia Pacific Leads August 2008 International Traffic Decline. IATA’s international airline traffic data for August 2008 confirms a continuing industry downturn. International passenger demand growth slowed to 1.3%, following disappointing growth of 1.9% in July. Passenger load factors fell to 79.2% a sharp drop-off from the 81% recorded during the same period last year as capacity
- 148. Air Canada Reports January 2010 Traffic
Air Canada Reports January 2010 Traffic. For the month of January 2010, Air Canada reported a system load factor of 77.5% on a consolidated basis with Jazz (from which Air Canada purchases regional capacity), versus 78.1% in January 2009, a decrease of 0.6 percentage points. System traffic increased 4.1% on a capacity increase of 4.9% system wide.
- 149. Airbus launches New Air Traffic Management Subsidiary
Airbus launches New Air Traffic Management Subsidiary. Airbus has launched a new subsidiary company, called Airbus ProSky, dedicated to the development and support of modern air traffic management (ATM) systems.
- 150. Modest Recovery in Air Traffic Demand
Modest Recovery in Air Traffic Demand. A total of 11.1 million international passengers were carried by AAPA member airlines in November, 4.5% more than in the same month last year. International passenger traffic, measured in revenue passenger kilometre (RPK) terms, grew 3.5%. With available seat capacity having been cut by 3.1%, the average AAPA international passenger load facto
- 151. British Airways Reports July 2009 Traffic
British Airways Reports July 2009 Traffic. In July 2009, British Airway's passenger capacity, measured in Available Seat Kilometres, was 2.7% below July 2008 ,while traffic, measured in Revenue Passenger Kilometres, rose by 1%.
- 152. India’s Air Traffic Control to Move to Safer Digital Communications
India’s Air Traffic Control to Move to Safer Digital Communications. The Airports Authority of India has selected SITA to deliver enhanced systems that will enable the exchange of air traffic control (ATC) messages with data link-equipped airlines. Deployed in response to regional ICAO recommendations, and airspace user demands, SITA’s data link service will increase both the safet
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