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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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