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- 1. AAPA Int. Passenger Numbers Reach 11.1 million in October 2009
AAPA Int. Passenger Numbers Reach 11.1 million in October 2009. Preliminary traffic data just released for October 2009 indicates that the recovery remains tentative. AAPA international passenger numbers reached 11.1 million in October, slightly higher than the previous month, but still 3% below the levels of October last year. With a 6.5% reduction in seat capacity, the average in
- 2. AAPA Reports Full Year 2009 Traffic Results
AAPA Reports Full Year 2009 Traffic Results. In 2009, Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) member airlines carried 132.9 million international passengers, 5.7% fewer than in the previous year. Passenger traffic measured in revenue passenger kilometres (RPK) fell by 6.5%, indicating particular weakness in demand on long-haul routes. Available seat capacity was reduced by 6.1%
- 3. AAPA Reports October 2010 Traffic
AAPA Reports October 2010 Traffic. According to preliminary traffic figures from the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) for the month of October 2010, airlines based in the Asia Pacific region carried 15.9 million international passengers in October, a growth of 11.8% compared to the same month last year, with robust demand for both business and leisure travel, particularl
- 4. AAPA Reports July 2010 Traffic
AAPA Reports July 2010 Traffic. According to preliminary figures from the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) Asia Pacific-based airlines carried a record 17.2 million international passengers in July 2010, 20.4% up from the same month last year, boosted by particularly strong demand on busy regional routes. Overall international passenger traffic carried by Asia Pacific ai
- 5. AAPA Calls on Governments to Review Policies and Taxation
AAPA Calls on Governments to Review Policies and Taxation. Airlines have been battered by the full force of the global recession over the past 18 months, with airline revenues taking a double hit from both declining traffic and lower yields. Although there are some tentative signs of a fragile recovery led by a number of dynamic Asia Pacific economies, airline revenues remain under
- 6. AAPA Supports Holistic Approach to Risk Management
The Willis IATA AAPA Asia Pacific Aviation Insurance Conference held 7-8 March 2012 in Hong Kong attracted over 300 participants, including aviation safety and risk management specialists, aviation insurance underwriters and brokers, legal experts and other professionals.
- 7. AAPA Welcomes Suspension of EU ETS; Focus Shifts to ICAO
The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) has given a cautious welcome in response to the announcement by the European Commissioner for Climate Action suspending the inclusion of international aviation in the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS).
- 8. AAPA Cautions Against Overreaction on Aviation Security
AAPA Cautions Against Overreaction on Aviation Security. Flying is widely recognised as the safest form of travel, reinforced by a robust regime of established security procedures. Unfortunately, it is human nature that each new security incident prompts a desire to introduce yet more security measures. There is always political pressure to react, but this often smacks of the need
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