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105. Slowing Airline Passenger Demand and Shrinking Freight Markets
Asia Pacific airlines reported 5.3% demand growth for August 2011, slightly below a 5.6% capacity expansion. This is slightly better than the year-to-date growth of 4.4%, reflecting the recovery in Japanese international travel. Load factors of 78.9% were below the industry average of 81.2%.
106. IATA Reports June 2009 Global Airline Traffic
IATA Reports June 2009 Global Airline Traffic. International scheduled traffic results for June 2009 show passenger demand declining 7.2% compared to the same month in the previous year while freight demand was down 16.5%. The figures, compiled by IATA, show international passenger load factors stood at 75.3%, down from 77.6% recorded in June 2008.
107. IATA Reports September 2011 Airline Traffic
IATA member traffic results for September 2011 show diverging trends for cargo and passenger traffic. Passenger traffic was 5.6% higher than the same month last year and stronger than the 4.6% year-on-year growth recorded in August. Air freight on the other hand posted a 2.7% contraction for September compared to September 2010. This is a further deterioration from the 2.4% decline
108. IATA Reports Global Airline Traffic for March 2011
According to IATA, scheduled international traffic results for March 2011 show that year-on-year growth in passenger demand slowed to 3.8% from the 5.8% recorded in February 2011. Conversely, year-on-year growth in freight markets rebounded to 3.7% in March from the 1.8% recorded in February. Compared to February, global passenger demand fell by 0.3% in March, while cargo demand ex
109. IATA and FIATA to Launch New Air Cargo Programme; Canada the Pilot Country
IATA has signed an agreement with the International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations (FIATA) to replace the existing IATA Cargo Agency Programme with the IATA-FIATA Air Cargo Programme (IFACP). The phased rollout of IFACP will begin in early 2017 with Canada as the pilot country. It is anticipated that full global rollout will be completed by end of 2018.
110. IATA Reports Airline Passenger and Cargo Traffic for May 2009
IATA Reports Airline Passenger and Cargo Traffic for May 2009. International scheduled traffic results compiled by IATA for May 2009 show passenger demand declining 9.3% compared to the same month in the previous year, while freight demand was down by 17.4%. International passenger load factors stood at 71.2%, down from 74.5% recorded in May 2008.
111. Airline Traffic Results for May 2007 show 5.5% Growth in year-on-year International Passenger De
Airline Traffic Results for May 2007 show 5.5% Growth in year-on-year International Passenger Demand. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has released traffic results for May 2007 that shows 5.5% growth in year-on-year international passenger demand. Growth in freight demand rose to 5% (up sharply from 2.8% in April). This was the largest increase since September 200
112. IATA Reports March 2014 Air Cargo Volumes
According to date from IATA, air freight markets in March 2014 were up 5.9% compared to a year ago and capacity grew 3.4%. While this marks a significant improvement in volumes compared to March 2013, much of the growth took place in the final quarter of 2013 (over and above the usual year-end volume growth). Since the beginning of the year, air cargo volumes have been basically fl

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