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41. Qantas downgrades profit forecast for 2002/3
Qantas downgrades profit forecast for 2002/3.
42. Steady Growth Forecast for Mainland China Hotel Markets in 2020
At the market level, Beijing should continue on its growth trajectory with a forecast increase of 3.7% in RevPAR while ADR is expected to grow +1.8%.
43. Embraer Updates Asia Pacific Forecast
Embraer Commercial Aviation has forecast that airlines in Asia Pacific will take delivery of 3,010 new aircraft in the segment up to 150-seats over the next 20 years, representing 29% of the worldwide demand for the segment, in the period. The total demand for the segment is for 10,550 new aircraft over the next 20 years.
44. Asia Pacifics Demand for Pilots More Than North America and Europe Combined
Boeing has forecast that Asia Pacifics demand for new commercial airline pilots and maintenance technicians over the next 20 years will be 39% of the global need for new airline personnel. The 2014 Boeing Pilot & Technician Outlook, an industry forecast of aviation personnel demand, projects a requirement for 216,000 new commercial airline pilots and 224,000 new technicians in the
45. JAL Group Passenger Traffic Forecast for 2009 Golden Week
JAL Group Passenger Traffic Forecast for 2009 Golden Week. The number of international passenger reservations for flights departing Japan is up by 9.1% while domestic passenger reservations are down by 1.1% relative to the same vacation period in 2008.
46. JAL announces 2006 Golden Week Traffic Forecast
JAL announces 2006 Golden Week Traffic Forecast.
47. Positive RevPAR Growth by 2013 @ Hotels in Barcelona and Tokyo
Barcelona's outlook shows only slight changes in performance for this and next year. This follows stronger growth in 2011, when Barcelona saw RevPAR performance grow by 8.5% to 81.68. Growth was led by increased occupancy (+4.5%) and rate (+3.8%). Whilst the economic forecast in the Euro zone remains uncertain, STR's forecast predicts that RevPAR will decline (-0.7%) in 2012 befor
48. Boeing Forecasts World Air Cargo Traffic to Grow to Annual Rate of 4.2%
Boeing has forecast that air cargo traffic will grow at an annual rate of 4.2% over the next 20 years, with 930 new and 1,440 converted freighters needed to meet market demand by 2035. The forecast shows markets linked to Asia will lead all other international markets in average air cargo growth. Dedicated freighters still carry more than half of air cargo traffic and remain the le

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