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- 57. IATA Urges Spain to Avoid Air Traffic Control Strike
IATA Urges Spain to Avoid Air Traffic Control Strike. IATA has urged AENA, the Spanish air navigation service provider, and the Spanish air traffic controllers to take all measures possible to avoid strike action. Specifically, Giovanni Bisignani, IATA’s Director General and CEO urged Spain’s air traffic controllers to accept AENA’s offer to enter into an arbitration process to res
- 58. IATA Reports Strong Global Passenger Traffic Growth for November 2015
IATA’s global passenger traffic results for November 2015 show continued strong traffic growth above the 10-year average rate of 5.6%. Asia Pacific airlines’ November traffic climbed 7.9% compared to a year-ago. Capacity increased 5.7% and load factor rose 1.6 percentage points to 76.2%. Weakness in emerging Asia trade activity, as well as slower than expected growth in China, app
- 59. Jet Airways Reports April 2010 Traffic
Jet Airways Reports April 2010 Traffic. Jet Airways’ domestic passenger traffic grew by 39% in April 2010 when compared to the same period last year, with international passenger traffic rising 29%. JetLite, Jet Airways' wholly owned subsidiary has also done well and posted a 28% increase on a seat factor of 12.8% in the month of April 2010.
- 60. Singapore Changi Airport Reports January 2011 Traffic
Singapore Changi Airport Reports January 2011 Traffic. Traffic on LCCs grew 27% compared to a year ago. About one in four passengers who passed through Changi was carried on an LCC. Traffic on full service carriers grew 8%, registering 2.9 million passenger movements. The growth in passenger traffic was in line with an 11.6% increase in aircraft movements to 24,000 flights.
- 61. Hong Kong International Airport reports Traffic Numbers for 2008
Hong Kong International Airport reports Traffic Numbers for 2008. Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) has reported a 1.7% increase in passenger throughput and a 3.1% decline in cargo traffic in 2008 as compared to 2007, reaching 48.6 million and 3.6 million tonnes, respectively. Air traffic movements for the year grew 2% to 301,285.
- 62. Abu Dhabi Airport Reports Q1 and March 2010 Traffic
Abu Dhabi Airport Reports Q1 and March 2010 Traffic. The month of March 2010 alone saw similar growth trends with a +13.4% increase in passenger traffic, +23.4% on cargo, and +15.1% on aircraft movements. The top city destinations from Abu Dhabi, in Q1 2010, were: Bangkok, London, Doha, Manila and Bahrain; representing 21.0% of the total traffic handled by the airport in the first
- 63. Ryanair’s Traffic Grows 19% in July
Ryanair’s Traffic Grows 19% in July 2009. Ryanair’s passenger traffic grew by 19% in July 2009 to 6.7m passengers, a new monthly traffic record for the low cost airline.
- 64. CWT Traffic Increases Nearly 17% in First Six Months of 2010
CWT Traffic Increases Nearly 17% in First Six Months of 2010. Performance varied from one region to the next, with the greatest gains in traffic in Latin America (+48.1%) and Asia Pacific (+43.5%). In North America, traffic increased 18.2%, while EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) showed lower growth (+7.7%), reflecting slower economic recovery in the region.
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