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89. China to Need Over 5,300 New Aircraft in Next 20 Years
Airbus has forecast that China will need over 5,300 new passenger aircraft and freighters from 2014 to 2033, with a total market value of US$ 820 billion. It represents 17% of the world total demand for over 31,000 new aircraft in the next 20 years. According to Airbus 2014-2033 Global Market Forecast, new deliveries of passenger and freight aircraft for China will be 5,363 over t
90. Malaysia Airlines announces First Quarter 2003 Results
Malaysia Airlines recorded an operating loss of RM225.5 million for the first quarter ended 30 June 2003. Of significance is the fact that in the immediately preceding quarter, January to March 2003, the airline posted a profit of RM103.8 million.
91. Thai Airways Reports Loss for Q2 2011
Thai Airways International and its subsidiaries total revenues amounted to THB 45,559 million with an operating loss of THB 5,959 million in Q2 2011. The company also incurred a THB 2,265 million loss from foreign currency exchange, resulting in a net loss of THB 7,874 million.
92. Finnair scheduled passenger traffic increased over 47 percent in April 2004
Finnair scheduled passenger traffic increased over 47 percent in April 2004.
93. Asia Pacific Airline Profitability Halved in 2018
Preliminary financial performance figures from the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) reveal that the aggregated net earnings of Asia Pacific airlines halved in 2018 to a combined US$4.7 billion, from the US$9.6 billion recorded in the previous year.
94. Korean Air reports December 2005 Operating Results
Korean Air reports December 2005 Operating Results.
95. AAPA Reports February 2019 Growth in Passenger Demand, Weak Cargo Markets
Preliminary traffic figures from the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) for the month of February 2019 show encouraging growth in international air passenger markets, supported by increased leisure travel demand during the Lunar New Year celebrations. On the other hand, closure of businesses during the festive period further aggravated the prevailing weakness in air cargo
96. Aviation: COVID19 Hits January 2020 Passenger Demand
IATA's global passenger traffic data for January 2020 shows that demand, when measured in total revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs), climbed 2.4% compared to January 2019. January capacity, measure by available seat kilometers (ASKs) increased by 1.7%. Load factor climbed 0.6 percentage point to 80.3%.

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