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- 25. Strong Growth continues for Finnair’s Europe-Asia Traffic
Growth continues for Finnair’s Europe-Asia Traffic. Finnair Scheduled Passenger Traffic grew by 18.2% compared with the year before. European traffic demand grew by 26.8% and by 22.7% on Asian routes. 70% of passengers on Asian flights have connections on Finnair’s European network. Growth in Europe has also benefited from doubling of frequencies to Rome and Barcelona as well as st
- 26. Finnair Scheduled Traffic Grows by 22.1% in September 2007
Finnair Scheduled Traffic Grows by 22.1% in September 2007. In September 2007, Finnair scheduled traffic increased by 22.1% compared to the same month last year. The main driver for the growth has been the company's Asian traffic, which grew by 28.8%. Demand increased also on European routes, where the number of revenue passenger kilometers was 23.3% higher than a year before. The
- 27. Finnair Asian Traffic up 40% in March 2007
Finnair Asian Traffic up 40% in March 2007. Finnair's scheduled traffic increased by 20.9% compared to March 2006 of which Asian traffic grew by a mammoth 40.1%. The passenger load factor was 74.4%, up 4.4 percentage points, while the number of passengers carried increased by 3.5% to 727,066.
- 28. Finnair Reports December 2009 Traffic
Finnair Reports December 2009 Traffic. Finnair's scheduled traffic declined in 2009 by nearly 9% compared with the previous year. Last year, Finnair carried more than 7.4 million passengers on its scheduled and leisure flights. Business class passenger numbers fell in 2009 by 2%, but grew in December by 16%, this despite scheduled traffic capacity cuts.
- 29. IATA reports December and Full-Year 2008 Traffic Figures
IATA reports December and Full-Year 2008 Traffic Figures. In the month of December 2008 IATA’s global international cargo traffic plummeted by 22.6% compared to December 2007. The same comparison for international passenger traffic showed a 4.6% drop. The international load factor stood at 73.8%.
- 30. Finnair Reports March 2010 Traffic
Finnair Reports March 2010 Traffic. Finnair's scheduled traffic grew in March 2010 by 19% compared with March the previous year. The passenger load factor of scheduled flights rose by more than 12 percentage points. In January-March the average yield per passenger kilometre in scheduled traffic was 7% lower than the same period in 2009.
- 31. Recession Now Biggest Threat to Airlines; Traffic Declines in October 2008
Recession Now Biggest Threat to Airlines; Traffic Declines in October 2008. IATA has reported international air traffic figures for October 2008 which show a second consecutive month of global decline. International passenger traffic declined by 1.3% compared to the same month in the previous year - a smaller decline than the 2.9% drop experienced in September. The October load fac
- 32. Global Airline Traffic continues to Slow
Global Airline Traffic continues to Slow. IATA's global scheduled international traffic data for March 2008 shows that when compared to March 2007, airline passenger demand increased 5.8% with load factors at 77.7%. Freight traffic grew 3.2%.
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