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153. New Forecasts indicate Australian Tourism Turnaround Expected to Continue
New Forecasts indicate Australian Tourism Turnaround Expected to Continue.
154. IATA Revises Forecasts; Deeper Losses Expected
IATA Revises Forecasts; Deeper Losses Expected. IATA has revised its global financial forecast predicting airline losses totaling US$11 billion in 2009. This is US$2 billion worse than the previously projected US$9 billion loss due to rising fuel prices and exceptionally weak yields. Industry revenues for the year are expected to fall by US$80 billion (15%) to US$455 billion compar
155. IATA Revises 2011 Industry Profit Expectations to US$6.9 billion
IATA has upgraded its industry profit expectations to $6.9 billion (up from $4.0 billion projected in June). IATA emphasized that, despite the improvements, profitability at these levels is still exceptionally weak (1.2% net margin) considering the industrys total revenues of $594 billion. In its first look at 2012, IATA is projecting profits to fall to $4.9 billion on revenues of
156. Indian aviation to come of age in 2005
Indian aviation to come of age in 2005.
157. Association of Asia Pacific Airlines Reports April 2010 Traffic
Association of Asia Pacific Airlines Reports April 2010 Traffic. A total of 15.2 million international passengers were transported by Asia Pacific-based airlines in April 2010, 11.7% more than in the same month last year. International passenger traffic, in revenue passenger kilometre (RPK) terms, grew by 8.9%. With available seat capacity posting a modest rise of 1.2%, the average
158. SIA Group Posts Q1 2012-13 Net Profit
The SIA Group posted a net profit of $78 million (+$33 million, or +73%) in the first quarter of the 2012-13 financial year. Group operating profit of $72 million improved $61 million, albeit off a low base as the group was confronted with higher fuel costs and depressed demand following the Japanese earthquake in the same quarter last year.
159. The Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation predicts Traffic growth to moderate in 2005
The Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation predicts Traffic growth to moderate in 2005.
160. Singapore Airlines pre-tax profit rises to Sin$ 656 Million
Singapore Airlines pre-tax profit rises to Sin$ 656 Million

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