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1. Austrian Airlines reports First Half 2008 Traffic
Austrian Airlines reports First Half 2008 Traffic. Around 574,000 scheduled passengers were carried in the first half of 2008 in the long-haul segment, a 13.7% reduction on the comparable period in 2007, in line with the companyís restructuring plans. While there was a structural reduction in capacity on scheduled services of 18.9% (ASK), revenue passenger kilometers (RPK) on these
2. Thai Airways International Reports July 2010 Traffic
Thai Airways International Reports July 2010 Traffic. Thai Airways International's Available Seat per Kilometer (ASK) for July 2010 was 4.79% higher than in July 2009, and 7.62% higher than in June 2010. Revenue per Kilometer (RPK) for the month was 12.43% higher than in July 2009, and 26.07% higher than in June 2010. The Cabin Factor for July 2010 averaged 76.53%, which was 7.29%
3. Tigerair Reports July 2013 Operating Statistics
For the month of July 2013, Tigerair Singapore recorded a 21.8% increase in traffic year-on-year to 765 million revenue passenger-kilometres (RPK), while capacity increased 28.8% to 962 million available seat-kilometres (ASK). Consequently, y-o-y passenger load factor was 4.6 percentage points lower at 79.5%. The number of passengers carried grew 20.6% y-o-y to 409,000 passengers.
4. Asia Pacific Airlines Report US$8.8 Billion in Combined Net Earnings for 2017
Underpinned by the firm increases in both air passenger and cargo markets, Asia Pacific airlines achieved a 6.7% growth in combined operating revenue to US$176.6 billion in 2017. Passenger revenue increased by 6.0% to US$135.6 billion. Intense competition led to a marginal 1.0% decline in passenger yields to 7.9 US cents per RPK, although the decline was less severe compared to pre
5. Thai Airways Reports May 2010 Traffic
Thai Airways Reports May 2010 Traffic. In May 2010, Thai Airways Internationalís Available Seat per Kilometer (ASK) was 3.63% higher than in May 2009, and 4.91% higher than in April 2010. Revenue per Kilometer (RPK) for May 2010 was 5.1% lower than in May 2009, and 17.54% lower than in April 2010.
6. Thai Airways International Reports March 2011 Traffic
Thai Airways Internationalís Available Seat-Kilometer (ASK) for March 2011 was 3.3% higher than in March 2010, and was 10% higher than in February 2011. Revenue Passenger-Kilometer (RPK) for March 2011 was 4.3% lower than in March 2010, and was 3.5% higher than in February 2011. Cabin Factor for March 2011 averaged at 73%, which was 7.4% lower than in March 2010.
7. Thai Airways Reports April 2011 Traffic
Thai Airways International has reported its Available Seat-Kilometer (ASK) for April 2011 was 8.5% higher than in April 2010. Revenue Passenger-Kilometer (RPK) for the month was 8% higher than in April 2010 while Cabin Factor averaged 71.8%.
8. Asia Pacific Airlines Carried 32.2 Million International Passengers in January 2019
Overall, airlines in the Asia Pacific region carried a combined 32.2 million international passengers in January, 8.0% more than the same month last year. Reflecting robust regional and long haul travel demand, traffic as measured in revenue passenger kilometres (RPK) grew by 8.1%. Available seat capacity expanded by 5.9%, resulting in a 1.7 percentage point increase in the average

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