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89. 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)
90. Air France - KLM Reports April 2010 Traffic
Air France - KLM Reports April 2010 Traffic. Air France - KLM activity during the month of April 2010 saw three phases. Up until the volcanic ash crisis, traffic continued the positive trend of the previous month, with a 1.1% rise for capacity down by 1,4%. Unit revenue per available seat kilometer (RASK) excluding currency was also strongly up on a year earlier.
91. Hong Kong Airport Reports April 2010 Traffic
Hong Kong Airport Reports April 2010 Traffic. Air cargo tonnage at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) registered positive growth for the seventh consecutive month, surging 38% year on year to 354,000 tonnes in April 2010. Air traffic movements also increased by 2.7% over last April to 24,725. Passenger volume declined 1.5% to approximately 4.2 million.
92. ACI Reports September 2012 Traffic Data from Airports in Asia Pacific
Asia Pacific airports recorded a steady +5.1% increase in passenger traffic compared to September 2011 while Middle Eastern airports continued the strong growth and recorded +10.1% increase year-on-year. Year-to-date passenger traffic for the period of January to September 2012 showed an increase of 7.7% and 11.9% respectively for Asia Pacific and Middle East areas.
93. HKIA Sets Records for Passenger and Air Traffic Movements in July 2012
Hong Kong International Airport set new monthly records for passenger volume and air traffic movements in July 2012, handling over 5 million passengers representing growth of 0.5% over July 2011, when the previous record was set and 29,880 air traffic movements representing year-on-year growth of 3.4% and breaking the previous record set in March 2012.
94. IATA Reports Global Airline Traffic for April 2010
IATA Reports Global Airline Traffic for April 2010. The scale of the ash crisis saw global load factors drop to 76.9% from the 78% recorded in March 2010. Freight load factors also dipped to 55.3% from the 57.1% recorded in the previous month. While March traffic was within 1% of pre-crisis levels for both passenger and cargo, this slipped to 7% for passenger and 3% for cargo in Ap
95. IATA Downgrades Traffic Forecast for 2020
IATA has downgraded its traffic forecast for 2020 to reflect a weaker-than-expected recovery, as evidenced by a dismal end to the summer travel season in the Northern Hemisphere. IATA now expects full-year 2020 traffic to be down 66% compared to 2019. The previous estimate was for a 63% decline.
96. Demand for Air Travel Slows in March
IATAs global passenger traffic results for March 2014 show a moderation of the pace of growth in demand. Total revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) increased 3.1% compared to March 2013. Although this represented a slowdown in comparison to the February year-on-year traffic increase of 5.6%, cumulative traffic growth for Q1 2014 was 5.6%, which is a slight improvement over the 5.2%

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