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73. ACI Reports Global Passenger Traffic Up 7.5% in November 2017
Airports Council International (ACI) has reported that global passenger traffic in November 2017 was up 7.5% year-on-year. After posting more moderate growth during October, Novembers freight volumes rose substantially, reaching +7.8% y-o-y. Standing at +8.2% on a year-to-date basis and with only one month left in 2017, global freight figures are bound to reach record growth for t
74. Air Freight Asia 2004 Conference & Exhibition opens in Bangkok
Air Freight Asia 2004 Conference & Exhibition opens in Bangkok
75. IATA Reports May 2011 Global Airline Traffic
IATAs traffic results for May 2011 show a 6.8% increase in passenger traffic over May 2010. This is 4% higher than the beginning of the year. Freight traffic showed a drop of 4% against the post-recession peak of the re-stocking cycle in May 2010. However, recent months show a renewed upward trend with freight volumes 2% higher than the start of the year.
76. Qantas to Increase Tasman Freighter Capacity
Qantas to Increase Tasman Freighter Capacity. Qantas Freight is to increase its Tasman freighter capacity by 40% from February 2011, with the deployment of a Boeing 767-300F aircraft on the route. The leased B767-300F will be the first Qantas Group aircraft to display a Qantas Freight-specific livery.
77. Qantas adds Melbourne-Auckland Express Freight Service
Qantas adds Melbourne-Auckland Express Freight Service.
78. Qantas adds Christchurch to Trans-Tasman Freight Service
Qantas adds Christchurch to Trans-Tasman Freight Service.
79. Air Cargo Markets in Modest Slowdown
Data compiled by IATA shows that demand (measured in Freight Tonne Kilometers or FTKs) for global air freight markets in April 2014 was 3.2% above previous year levels. Demand has not, however, grown in recent months. Traffic levels in April were slightly below those of January and 1.1% lower than what was recorded in March.
80. IATA Reports Global Airline Traffic for June 2011
IATA's airline traffic results for June 2011 show a slight softening in demand for both air travel and freight markets. Compared to June 2010, passenger demand was up 4.4% while freight demand was 3% lower. The trend for passenger travel remains upwards, but at a slower pace than the post recession rebound which was at an annual rate close to 10%. The slowdown reflects slower econo

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