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- 97. 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
- 98. Airline Traffic continues to Slow in April 2008
Airline Traffic continues to Slow in April 2008. According to IATA's international traffic data for April 2008, year-on-year international passenger demand grew by 3% in April. Capacity growth of 5% saw load factors fall to 75.4%. This is a 1.5% drop from the 76.9% recorded during the same period last year and the third consecutive monthly year-on-year decline. International cargo
- 99. 5.7% Increase in Global Passenger Traffic Demand in June 2015
IATA’s global passenger traffic results (revenue passenger kilometers or RPKs) for June 2015 show a 5.7% increase in demand compared to June 2014. Asia Pacific airlines’ June traffic rose 6.8% compared to the year-ago period, which was down from a 9.3% rise recorded in May. Capacity climbed 5.8% and load factor increased 0.7 percentage points to 78.1%. Latest data show that trade a
- 100. Finnair Reports June 2011 Traffic
In June 2011, Finnair traffic measured in Revenue Passenger Kilometres rose by 13.3% compared with June 2010. Capacity measured in Available Seat Kilometres grew by 15.8%, over 30% in Asian traffic mainly as a result of the airline’s Singapore route launch.
- 101. Growth in Global Air Passenger Traffic Stimulated by Lower Fares
IATA’s global passenger traffic results for October 2015 show continued strong demand growth for both domestic and international traffic compared to the year-ago period. Total revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) rose 7.5%, which was in line with the 7.4% year-on-year expansion seen in September. October capacity (available seat kilometers or ASKs) increased by 5.7%, and load factor
- 102. Asia Pacific Records Significant Passenger Traffic Growth in January 2012
The Asia Pacific region showed significant passenger traffic growth at the beginning of 2012. According to the latest ACI traffic flash report, Asia Pacific recorded a 9.2 % year-on-year growth in January 2012 while the Middle East area recorded 11 %. Abu Dhabi (ABU), Jakarta (CGK), Hong Kong (HKG) and Guangzhou (CAN) all posted gains of over 15 % in passenger numbers for January 2
- 103. Hong Kong Airport Reports May 2009 Traffic
Hong Kong Airport Reports May 2009 Traffic. Hong Kong International Airport handled 3.6 million passenger trips and 259,000 tonnes of cargo in May 2009, representing decreases of 12.7% and 17.6% over the same month in 2008. Air traffic movements also dropped 9.1% to 23,435.
- 104. ACI Reports April Passenger Traffic Numbers @ Airports in Asia Pacific
According to the latest ACI Passenger and Freight Flash Report, passenger traffic at airports in the Asia Pacific and Middle East regions continued to show steady growth in April 2012. A year-on-year increase of 9.5% was recorded for airports in Asia Pacific, while passenger traffic at airports in the Middle East increased by 10% over the same month in 2011.
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