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- 1. Finnair Reports May 2009 Traffic
Finnair Reports May 2009 Traffic. In May 2009 Finnair's traffic declined by 11% from the previous year. Scheduled traffic in May was 9.8% lower than in 2008. Asian traffic declined by 10.8% and North American traffic by 7%. European traffic was 8% lower and domestic traffic 13.9% lower. In Cargo the fall in demand was sharper than in recent months and in May cargo volume declined b
- 2. Finnair Reports September 2010 Traffic
Finnair Reports September 2010 Traffic. Finnair's traffic grew in September 2010 by less than 1% when compared with September the previous year. In scheduled traffic, growth was nearly 3%. Asian traffic grew by just under 6%, European traffic by 1.5% and domestic traffic by under 1%.
- 3. Finnair's Asian Traffic and Cargo Continue to Grow
Finnair's Asian Traffic and Cargo Continue to Grow. Finnair's Asian traffic grew in August 2010 by nearly 9%, measured in passenger kilometres, compared with last year. Passenger numbers also grew to the same extent. European traffic declined in August by nearly 4% compared with August last year. In domestic traffic, capacity increased by more than 10% while traffic grew by 0.5%.
- 4. LAN Airlines Reports December 2009 Traffic
LAN Airlines Reports December 2009 Traffic. System passenger traffic for December increased 10.6% as capacity rose 7.8%. As a result, the companyís load factor increased 1.9 points to 76.7%. International passenger traffic accounted for approximately 70% of total passenger traffic. Domestic passenger traffic in Chile, Argentina, Peru and Ecuador rose 5.9% as capacity increased 8.3%
- 5. Finnair reports November 2008 Traffic
Finnair reports November 2008 Traffic. While Finnairís scheduled passenger traffic grew 13.5% in November 2008 over the same month in 2007, the average price of tickets continued to fall strongly. The passenger load factor in scheduled traffic rose by 3.7 percentage points while the passenger load factor rose in all areas of scheduled traffic.
- 6. IATA Reports January 2014 Passenger Traffic Results
IATAís global passenger traffic results for January 2014 show a strong increase in demand. Total revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) rose 8.0% compared to January 2013, an improvement over the December 2013 growth of 6.8% and the full year 2013 growth of 5.2%. January capacity increased 6.7%, pushing load factor up 0.9 percentage points to 78.1%.
- 7. Finnair reports Increased Traffic for July 2007
Finnair reports Increased Traffic for July 2007. In July, Finnair scheduled traffic increased by 24.9% compared to in July 2006. Demand increased up to 30% in both Asian and European traffic. The growth was partly generated with new long-haul aircraft. Domestic traffic was adjusted to lower demand during the mid-summer by 27%, which improved the passenger load factor by a sturdy 5%
- 8. Continued Strong Growth for Finnair's Asian Traffic
Continued Strong Growth for Finnair's Asian Traffic. The demand in Finnair's Asian traffic, measured in passenger kilometers, was up 34.9% in August 2007 compared to last year. The passenger load factor rose three percentage points to 82.5%. European traffic grew nearly 30%. Demand in North American scheduled traffic was down by 4.5% and the passenger load factor was 86.6%. Domesti
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