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121. Airport Passenger Traffic in Asia Pacific Continues Growth
According to the latest Airports Council International (ACI) Passenger and Freight Flash Reports, airports in the Asia Pacific area recorded a 7.7% increase in passenger traffic in February 2012 comparing to February last year while the Middle East area showed a year-on-year increase of 10.9%.
122. Air Astana Establishes Cargo Division
Air Astana has established an international air cargo division. The decision to launch Air Astana Cargo results from a strong increase in the demand for regional freight transport in recent months and a strategic review of Air Astana's overall fleet plans in the wake of the global COVID19 pandemic.
123. IATA Reports July 2009 Airline Traffic
IATA Reports July 2009 Airline Traffic. International scheduled airline traffic results for July 2009 show passenger demand declining 2.9% compared to the same month in 2008, while freight demand was down 11.3%. International passenger load factors stood at 80.3%.
124. Asia Pacific Airlines Carried 22.1 Million International Passengers in July 2014
Preliminary traffic figures from the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) for the month of July 2014 show continued growth in both international passenger and air freight demand. In total, Asia Pacific airlines carried 22.1 million international passengers in July, an increase of 4.3% compared to the same month last year, boosted by strong regional demand.
125. Air Cargo Down 20% in May, Capacity Down 34.7%
IATA's data for global air freight markets in May shows a slight improvement on April, but capacity remains unable to meet demand as a result of the loss of belly cargo operations on passenger aircraft that have been parked.
126. Delta Opens Cargo Control Center in Atlanta
Delta Cargo has opened a new Cargo Control Center (CCC) in Atlanta. The new facility, which will support daily cargo operations across the globe, provides comprehensive coverage of all aspects of cargo transportation and management, with the ability to track air shipments, trucks, mail, and freight domestically and internationally.
127. IATA Reports 2010 Airline Statistics
IATA Reports 2010 Airline Statistics. IATA's full-year 2010 demand statistics for international scheduled air traffic show an 8.2% increase in the passenger business and a 20.6% increase in freight. Demand growth outstripped capacity increases of 4.4% for passenger and 8.9% for cargo. Average passenger load factor for the year was 78.4% which is a 2.7 percentage point improvement o
128. Air Cargo Ends 2014 on Positive Note
ATA's full-year air cargo data for 2014 shows a demand growth of 4.5% measured by freight tonne kilometers (FTKs) compared to 2013. That is a significant acceleration from the 1.4% recorded in 2013 over 2012. Air cargo market expansion gathered momentum as 2014 progressed. The year finished on a positive note, with growth in December 2014 accelerating to 4.9%, compared to December

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