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65. International Tourist Arrivals Reach 1.4 Billion Two Years Ahead of Forecast
International tourist arrivals grew 6% in 2018, totalling 1.4 billion according to the latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer. UNWTOs long-term forecast published in 2010 predicted the 1.4 billion mark of international tourist arrivals for 2020. Yet stronger economic growth, more affordable air travel, technological changes, new businesses models and greater visa facilitation around
66. MRO giants sign up for Asian Aerospace 2007 as Regional Market Boom is Forecast
MRO giants sign up for Asian Aerospace 2007 as Regional Market Boom is Forecast.
67. Steady Growth in Asia Pacific Outbound Travel Forecast Despite Economic Uncertainty
Steady Growth in Asia Pacific Outbound Travel Forecast Despite Economic Uncertainty. MasterCard has released the eagerly anticipated results of its latest MasterCard Worldwide Index of Travel report, predicting steady growth in outbound travel across Asia Pacific in the first half of 2008, despite the economic uncertainty clouding world financial markets. Markets in which healthy y
68. Air New Zealand reconfirms Profit Forecast
Air New Zealand reconfirms Profit Forecast.
69. IATA Warns of Global Airline Industry Losses in 2012; Revises Forecasts
IATA has revised its industry outlook. For 2011, profitability remains weak but unchanged at $6.9 billion for a net margin of 1.2%. However looking ahead to 2012, IATA has downgraded its central forecast for airline profits from $4.9 billion to $3.5 billion for a net margin of 0.6%.
70. IATA Revises 2010 Industry Outlook
IATA Revises 2010 Industry Outlook. IATA has revised its 2010 industry outlook and is now projecting a profit of $8.9 billion (up from the $2.5 billion forecast in June). In its first look into 2011, IATA estimates that profitability will drop to $5.3 billion.
71. IATA Revises Global Aviation Outlook for 2012; Looks at 2013
IATA has revised upward its global aviation outlook for 2012. The fall in airline profits from the $8.4 billion that the industry earned in 2011 will be cushioned by improved airline performance. Airlines are expected to earn $4.1 billion in 2012 (up $1.1 billion from the $3.0 billion forecast in June).
72. Airlines Expect 31% Rise in Passenger Demand by 2017; 930 Million More Passengers Compared to 20
IATAs Airline Industry Forecast 2013-2017 shows that airlines expect to see a 31% increase in passenger numbers between 2012 and 2017. By 2017 total passenger numbers are expected to rise to 3.91 billion, an increase of 930 million passengers over the 2.98 billion carried in 2012.

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