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169. IATA Reports October 2011 Airline Traffic
Asia Pacific carriers reported a 3.8% increase in demand against a 7.5% capacity expansion resulting in a load factor of 75.2%. While Asia Pacific airlines benefitted from the fast growth of Asian exports in the immediate post-recession recovery, in the past year, European exporters took the lead in export growth on the back of a weak Euro. This is one of the causes of the relative
170. Airlines in Asia Pacific Need Urgent Financial Support
Cambodia (-34%), Vietnam (-34%) and Philippines (-36%) will be on the lower end of the range, while Thailand (-40%), Pakistan (-40%), Republic of Korea (-40%) and Sri Lanka (-44%) will see the largest impact.
171. IATA calls for change in the Airline Industry
IATA calls for change in the Airline Industry.
172. Alliance Airlines officially names aircraft 'City of Townsville'
Alliance Airlines officially names aircraft 'City of Townsville'
173. IATA calls on Governments and Industry Partners to Address Fuel Crisis
IATA calls on Governments and Industry Partners to Address Fuel Crisis. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has called on governments and industry partners to address the fuel crisis that is pushing airlines into the red. IATA forecasts a loss of US$2.3 billion for 2008 based on an average oil price of US$106.5 per barrel Brent crude. The association sounded a warnin
174. Scotlands Hamilton Park Racecourse Unveils Plans for Multi-Million Pound Hotel Development
Scotlands Hamilton Park Racecourse has unveiled plans for a multi-million pound hotel development on its grounds, with a formal planning application made to South Lanarkshire Council. The prestigious venue aims to open a hotel on the site on the towns Bothwell Road for the first time in its 90-year history.
175. WTTC Calls for 72-Hour Quarantine-Free Journeys
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has suggested that international business travel would restart if agreements are secured to safeguard journeys of up to 72-hours free from quarantines. Published by on 3 December 2020.
176. Etihad Airways Launches Legal Appeal to Protect airberlin Investment
Etihad Airways has launched fresh legal action in a bid to overturn a German courts decision to revoke the approval for 29 of its codeshare flights with airberlin. Last week, the Administrative Court of Braunschweig decided that the German Ministry of Transport was entitled to reject the 29 Etihad Airways - airberlin codeshares, which had been approved only until 15 January 2016.&

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