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- 81. 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.
- 82. 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
- 83. Hong Kong Airport Reports January 2010 Traffic
Hong Kong Airport Reports January 2010 Traffic. Air cargo volumes continued to rebound at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA), which handled 301,000 tonnes of air cargo in January 2010, representing a strong increase of 43.3% over January 2009. Passenger throughput and air traffic movements reached 3.9 million and 23,460, representing declines of 1.6% and 3.2% respectively
- 84. Air France - KLM Reports June 2011 Traffic
Traffic on the Asia network was stable for capacity up by 5.2%. The load factor declined by 4.3 points to 84.5%. Routes to Japan recovered, with an 81% load factor, but traffic was still 23% lower than the previous year.
- 85. IATA Reports Global Air Passenger Traffic Results for May 2016
IATA's global air passenger traffic results for May 2016 show that demand measured in RPKs (revenue passenger kilometers) rose 4.6%, compared to the same month in 2015, which was the same level achieved in April. Asia Pacific airlines’ traffic rose 5.1% in May compared to the year-ago period. Capacity increased 6.4%, which caused load factor to slide 1.0 percentage point to 75.1%.
- 86. Asia Pacific Airlines’ August 2016 Traffic Up 5.6%
Asia Pacific airlines’ August 2016 traffic climbed 5.6% compared to a year-ago. Capacity rose 6.8% and load factor slipped down 0.9 percentage points to 81.9%. There are signs of Asian travelers continuing to be put-off by recent terrorism in Europe. Traffic on Europe-Asia routes grew just 1.5% in July, the most recent month for which route-specific figures are available, while int
- 87. Air France-KLM Reports January 2010 Traffic
Air France-KLM Reports January 2010 Traffic. Air France-KLM group traffic declined 1.6% in January 2010 with capacity reduced by 3.4%, leading to a 1.4 improvement in the load factor to 78%. The group carried a total of 5.1 million passengers (-3.2%).
- 88. CAAS Inaugurates New Singapore Air Traffic Control Centre
The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) has officially inaugurated the new Singapore Air Traffic Control Centre (SATCC). The new control centre represents a quantum leap in the capacity and ability of CAAS in providing high quality air navigation services for the safety and efficiency of the growing, more complex air traffic in the Singapore Flight Information Region (FIR)
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