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- 65. 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.
- 66. HKIA Reports August 2009 Traffic
HKIA Reports August 2009 Traffic. Hong Kong International Airport's traffic figures continued to improve in August 2009, with passenger throughput growing 2.8% to 4.3 million from the same period last year. Meanwhile, the decline in cargo volume slowed to a single-digit figure of 5.2%, recording 295,000 tonnes, while air traffic movements decreased by 6.7% to 23,710.
- 67. ACI Asia Pacific Regional Director Reviews Challenges Airports
ACI’s traffic record shows that global passenger traffic has grown by 45% in the last 10 years (from 3.48 billion in 2000 to 5.04 billion in 2010) and the trend is continuing. ACI has forecast global passenger traffic to double to over 10 billion passengers by 2029. The high traffic growth implies need for expansion and upgrade of airport infrastructure which can impose huge financ
- 68. Jet Airways Reports 33% Increase in Domestic Passenger Traffic
Jet Airways Reports 33% Increase in Domestic Passenger Traffic. India’s Jet Airways has reported a 33% increase in its domestic passenger traffic for the month of November 2009, as compared to the same period last year. The airlines’ international passenger traffic has also registered a growth of 19% on a seat factor of 81.9% in November 2009.
- 69. Cathay Pacific Reports November 2009 Traffic
Cathay Pacific Reports November 2009 Traffic. Cathay Pacific’s and Dragonair’s combined traffic figures for November 2009 show passenger volumes and cargo and mail tonnage rising over the same month in 2008 – though by November last year traffic had already been significantly impacted by the economic downturn.
- 70. Every fourth Euro of Finnair's Scheduled Passenger Traffic revenues comes from Asian traffic
Every fourth Euro of Finnair's Scheduled Passenger Traffic revenues comes from Asian traffic.
- 71. Boeing Forecasts Long-Term Growth in Air Cargo Traffic
Boeing Forecasts Long-Term Growth in Air Cargo Traffic. Boeing has forecast that world air cargo growth will expand at a 5.8% annual rate over the next two decades, with worldwide air freight traffic tripling through 2027. According to Boeing's World Air Cargo Forecast 2008/2009, air cargo traffic will grow over the long term despite current near-term market weakness and worldwide
- 72. Finnair Reports August 2009 Traffic
Finnair Reports August 2009 Traffic. Finnair's scheduled passenger traffic in August 2009 declined by more than 7% and capacity was cut by more than 9%, which improved the load factor by one and a half percentage points to more than 80%.
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