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- 89. 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.
- 90. 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.
- 91. 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
- 92. Demand for Air Travel Slows in March
IATA’s 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%
- 93. IATA Reports Global Passenger Traffic Results for October 2016
Asia Pacific airlines’ traffic rose 7% in October compared to a year-ago. Capacity rose 7.1% and load factor dipped 0.1 percentage point to 76.9%. The strong upward trend in seasonally-adjusted traffic has slowed in recent months, although it is too soon to determine whether this is an actual weakening or just a brief pause. On the other hand the Asia to Europe market, which is hig
- 94. Finavia Enhances Air traffic Control in Finland
Finavia has introduced a uniform air traffic control system for the whole of Finland. Thanks to the reform, all Finavia’s airports and the area control centres now use a uniform radar surveillance system. The uniform system will further improve the functionality and cost efficiency of the air navigation services provided for air traffic. During the period 2009–2013, Finavia has inv
- 95. IATA Reports August 2010 Airline Traffic
IATA Reports August 2010 Airline Traffic. International scheduled traffic results of IATA members in August 2010 indicate year-on-year increases of a 6.4% for passenger and 19.6% for cargo. August demand is down from the 9.5% (revised) increase recorded for passenger and 23% growth in cargo recorded in July. The August 2010 data is
- 96. NATS Training Bulgarian Air Traffic Controllers
NATS, a leading air navigation services provider, has won a contract to train Bulgarian air traffic controllers at its state-of-the-art facility near Fareham in Hampshire, England. Initially, nine trainee controllers from the Bulgarian Air Traffic Services Authority (BULATSA) are attending a ten-month course at NATS’ headquarters and these are likely to be followed by a further nin
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