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49. IATA Reports Airline Traffic from February 2011
IATA Reports Airline Traffic from February 2011. Scheduled international traffic for February 2011 increased 6% and 2.3% respectively for passenger and cargo demand compared to February 2010 according to data from IATA. February demand growth was down significantly from the revised 8.4% and 8.7% expansion recorded in January for passenger and cargo traffic respectively. The politic
50. IATA Reports May 2011 Global Airline Traffic
IATA’s traffic results for May 2011 show a 6.8% increase in passenger traffic over May 2010. This is 4% higher than the beginning of the year. Freight traffic showed a drop of 4% against the post-recession peak of the re-stocking cycle in May 2010. However, recent months show a renewed upward trend with freight volumes 2% higher than the start of the year.
51. Asia Pacific Airlines’ Traffic Jumps 9.4%; Middle East Up 14%
IATA’s global passenger traffic results for May 2015 show strong demand growth when compared to May 2014 for both domestic and international traffic. Asia Pacific airlines’ May traffic jumped 9.4% compared to the year-ago period. Capacity rose 6.8% and load factor climbed 1.8 percentage points to 76.0%. The strong performance occurred despite weakness in regional trade activity dur
52. Hong Kong Airport Reports February 2010 Traffic
Hong Kong Airport Reports February 2010 Traffic. Benefiting from the CNY holidays, Hong Kong resident travel surged by 45.3% and visitors by 17.5% year-on-year. Combined January and February figures - which balance out the seasonal impact of CNY - show an increase of 15.3% in Hong Kong resident traffic and 9.2% in visitor numbers. During the first two months, traffic to/ from South
53. ACI Asia Pacific Reports 1.8% Increase in Passenger Traffic in January 2013
According to ACI Asia Pacific, the region recorded a slight increase of +1.8% in passenger traffic and +11.3% in air freight traffic in January 2013 when compared to January 2012. This lower than expected increase in passenger traffic was primarily due to the Chinese New Year effect as the holidays fell in the month of January last year but in February this year. As a result, passe
54. Hong Kong Airport’s Passenger and Cargo Traffic continues Decline in October 2008
Hong Kong Airport’s Passenger and Cargo Traffic continues Decline in October 2008. Hong Kong International Airport handled 4.1 million passengers and 320,000 tonnes of cargo in October 2008, a 1.4% and 9.2% reduction respectively, from the same month last year. Air traffic movements grew 1% to 26,035. October 2008 saw declines in visitor traffic particularly from the Mainland, SE A
55. Robust Demand Growth for Domestic and International Air Traffic in July 2015
IATA’s global passenger traffic results for July 2015 show robust demand growth for both domestic and international traffic when compared to July 2014. Asia Pacific airlines saw y-o-y July traffic increase 8.5%. Capacity rose 6.5% and load factor climbed 1.5 percentage points to 80.3%. The strong performance occurred despite notable declines in trade as well as slower than expected
56. LAN Airlines Reports September 2011 Traffic
During September 2011, system passenger traffic for LAN Airlines and its subsidiaries increased 11.1% as capacity rose 10.4%. As a result, the company’s load factor for the month increased 0.5 points to 80.3%. International passenger traffic accounted for approximately 68% of total passenger traffic. Starting in January 2011, these figures include AIRES’ domestic and international

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