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9. Airbus Releases Global Market Forecast
Airbus Releases Global Market Forecast. Some 25,000 new passenger and freighter aircraft valued at US$3.1 trillion will be delivered from 2009 to 2028, according to Airbus' latest Global Market Forecast.
10. Travel & Tourism Economy GDP Forecast to Decline by 5.5%
Travel & Tourism Economy GDP Forecast to Decline by 5.5%. Nevertheless, the updated forecasts from WTTC and Oxford Economics show that there has been no change in the projected long-term trend growth of 4% per annum forecast for travel and tourism over the coming decade, making it a key engine of expansion in the longer term.
11. JAL Traffic Forecast for 2010 Golden Week Vacation Period
JAL Traffic Forecast for 2010 Golden Week Vacation Period. Japan Airlines Group has released its passenger traffic forecast on international and domestic routes for the traditional Japanese Golden Week vacation, stretching for 8 days this year from 28 April to 5 May 2010. The number of reservations on JAL international flights is presently 244,387, 14.5% down against the same perio
12. CWT Releases 2014 Travel Price Forecast
Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) has released its 2014 Travel Price Forecast, which shows worldwide travel prices will increase moderately next year, in line with limited economic growth expected across the globe. Singapore is expected to see some of the biggest increases in airfares in the Asia Pacific region, with fares forecast to rise by as much as 5.1%. Hotel rates, however, will
13. Record Visitor Spending in 2006 Exceeds Hong Kong's Forecast
Record Visitor Spending in 2006 Exceeds Hong Kong's Forecast. The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) has released the 2006 tourism spending figures, which show that the Total Expenditure Associated to Inbound Tourism (TEAIT) grew by 12.7% compared with 2005 to a record high of HK$119.43 billion, exceeding the original forecast by more than HK$4.7 billion. This means that the TEAIT for
14. IATA Revises Forecasts; Asia Pacific Airlines to be Most Profitable
IATA has further downgraded its 2011 airline industry profit forecast to $4 billion. This would be a 54% fall compared with the $8.6 billion profit forecast in March and a 78% drop compared with the $18 billion net profit (revised from $16 billion) recorded in 2010. On expected revenues of $598 billion, a $4 billion profit equates to a 0.7% margin.
15. Asia Pacific Leading Demand for New Aircraft
According to the latest market forecast by Airbus, airlines in the Asia Pacific region will take delivery of around 9,370 new aircraft over the next 20 years. Valued at US$1.3 trillion, the deliveries will account for 34% of all new aircraft with more than 100 seats entering service worldwide over the forecast period, with the region overtaking North America and Europe as the world
16. World Travel & Tourism Council launches New Long-term Forecast for UAE Travel and Tourism Potent
World Travel & Tourism Council launches New Long-term Forecast for UAE Travel and Tourism Potential.

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