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- 73. Finnair Reports June 2009 Traffic
Finnair Reports June 2009 Traffic. Finnair traffic in June 2009 was 13.4% and the number of passengers carried 12.2% below the figures for June 2008. Weak demand reduced the average price per passenger kilometers more than 18% in the second quarter of 2009.
- 74. Aviation: Global Passenger Traffic Demand Climbed 7.2% in August 2017
IATA's global passenger traffic data for August shows that demand (measured in total revenue passenger kilometers or RPKs) climbed 7.2% compared to the year-ago period. Asia Pacific airlines’ August traffic increased 8.6% compared to the year-ago period, which was an acceleration compared to the 6.6% rise in July. However, the same trend of softening demand growth on routes within
- 75. Finnair Reports October 2009 Traffic
Finnair Reports October 2009 Traffic. Finnair's scheduled traffic declined in October 2009 by nearly 11%, and capacity was cut by 12% compared with the same month last year, which improved the load factor by more than one percentage point to 78%.
- 76. Finnair Reports May 2011 Traffic
In May 2011, Finnair traffic measured in Revenue Passenger Kilometres rose by 7.4% compared with May 2010. Capacity measured in Available Seat Kilometres grew by 9.2%, 10.1% in Asian traffic.
- 77. Asian Traffic Continues to Grow for Finnair
Asian Traffic Continues to Grow for Finnair. In October 2008, Finnair’s Asian traffic grew 18.1% over the same month last year. The number of passengers carried on Finnair’s Asian flights in October was 124,289, or 18.1% more than in October 2007. Finnair increased its capacity and succeeded to fill the aircraft in a quiet market situation, but due to the world’s financial crisis t
- 78. Aviation: Strong Demand Growth Continues in June
Asia Pacific airlines’ June traffic jumped 9.1% compared to a year-ago. Capacity rose 7.9% and load factor edged up 0.9 percentage points to 79.3%.The overall upward trend in seasonally-adjusted traffic remains strong, although volumes have slipped in recent months. Traffic on Asia-Europe routes continues to trend upwards following terrorism related disruptions in early 2016. Howev
- 79. IATA Reports October 2010 Traffic
IATA Reports October 2010 Traffic. International traffic results compiled by IATA for October 2010 show a 10.1% year-on-year increase in passenger demand and a 14.4% year-on-year increase for international freight. Freight appears to be at a turning point. Since May, freight volumes have declined by 5%. October saw an end to the decline in freight with a slight uptick.
- 80. BAA reports UK Airports September 2008 Traffic
BAA reports UK Airports September 2008 Traffic. BAA’s UK airports handled a total of 13.3 million passengers in September 2008, 5% fewer than in the same month last year. Year to date, BAA´s UK airport traffic shows a decline of 1.4% for the nine months to September at a total of 113.4 million. Markets saw reductions during the month with the largest being a 12.6% decrease in Europ
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