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25. Optimistic Outlook Holds Steady in Asia Pacific Region
Optimistic Outlook Holds Steady in Asia Pacific Region. Consumers across the Asia Pacific region are approaching the next six months with a steady sense of optimism, according to the latest MasterCard Worldwide Index of Consumer Confidence survey, released on Tuesday. Eight of the fourteen markets polled reflected positive consumer sentiment looking ahead, with the Asia Pacific reg
26. Aviation Leaders Debate Solutions to Rebuild Passenger Confidence
Leaders from across the global aviation industry came together for a live broadcast last week, which explored strategies to accelerate recovery and future growth in light of the COVID19 pandemic. FlightPlan: Strategies for Recovery, hosted by Inmarsat Aviation and the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX), saw over 50 industry voices exchange views on the present and futu
27. Malaysian Consumer Confidence Rebounds in Q2 2011
77% of online respondents described their job prospects as excellent or good over the next 12 months (up 5% points quarter-on-quarter). As a result, Malaysia advanced to 2nd place (4th place in Q1 2011) among the top ten most optimistic countries (job prospects). In contrast, consumers optimism with regards to job prospects dropped 9%age points to 57% (average) across Asia Pacific
28. 5% Growth for International Tourism during First Four Months of 2008
5% Growth for International Tourism during First Four Months of 2008. Prospects for international tourism remain positive, although the overall economic climate has deteriorated since the last quarter of 2007, reducing consumer confidence and putting pressure on household spending and travel budgets. UNWTO expects tourism demand to grow, but at a slower pace over the remainder of t
29. Aviation: Slower But Steady Growth in 2019
IATA's full-year global passenger traffic results for 2019 show that demand (revenue passenger kilometers or RPKs) rose by 4.2% compared to the full year of 2018. Asia-Pacific airlines full-year traffic increased 4.5% in 2019, which was a large decline compared to 8.5% growth in 2018. This reflected the impact of the US-China trade war as well as weakening business confidence and
30. Quarantine Remains Biggest Deterrent to Air Travel
A survey commissioned by IATA of 4,700 people in 11 markets in September shows confidence that the risks of COVID19 can be effectively managed and that the freedom to travel should be restored. The biggest deterrent to air travel continues to be quarantine measures. 84% of respondents indicated that they will not travel if there is a chance of quarantine at their destination. Publi
31. Aviation: RPKs Rose 3.6% in July 2019; ASKs Up 3.2%
Asia-Pacific airlines July traffic rose 2.7% over the year-ago period, a slowdown compared to June growth of 3.9% and their weakest performance since early 2013. Capacity increased 2.4% and load factor rose 0.2 percentage point to 82.6%. US-China and Japan-South Korea trade tensions as well as political tensions in Hong Kong all have weighed on business confidence.
32. Delta to Block Middle Seats Until 30 March 2021
Delta has confirmed that it will continue blocking the middle seats on flights up to 30 March 2021. As more medical experts agree on the safety of air travel thanks to the multiple layers of protection in place, blocking seats into spring 2021 will undoubtedly provide even more confidence and reassurance to customers making future travel plans.

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