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81. Traffic Results for Asia Pacific Airlines in July 2013
Collectively, carriers based in the Asia Pacific region carried a total of 19.5 million international passengers in July, a 6.6% increase compared to the same month last year, reflecting robust demand, particularly on regional routes. Measured in revenue passenger kilometres (RPKs), international passenger traffic grew by 6.1%. With available seat capacity expanding at a similar pa
82. IATA Reports Global Passenger Traffic Results for April 2014
IATAs global passenger traffic results for April 2014 show a healthy increase in demand. Total revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) rose 7.5% compared to April 2013, an improvement over March growth of 2.9%. The year-on-year comparison is somewhat biased by the timing of the Easter holiday, which occurred in April 2014, a month later than in 2013. April capacity increased 5.8%, pro
83. Air Travel Demand Continues to Improve; IATA Reports September 2013 Traffic
According to date compiled by IATA, global passenger traffic results for September 2013 show a continuation of the strong demand trend despite a slight slowdown from August. Total revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) rose 5.5% compared to September 2012. Capacity increased at a slightly lower pace at 5.3% over the same period. The load factor in September (80.3%) was largely in line
84. 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%.
85. Aviation: Analyzing Performance Statistics for 2020 Reveals Amazing Story of Perseverance
IATA has published the World Air Transport Statistics (WATS) with performance figures for 2020 demonstrating the devastating effects on global air transport during that year of the COVID-19 crisis. The top five domestic passenger airport-pairs were all in Asia and outperformed top international routes as domestic recovery returned faster, particularly in China Published by TravelNe
86. Finnair April 2003 traffic volumes severely affected by Iraq War and SARS
Finnair April 2003 traffic volumes severely affected by Iraq War and SARS.
87. Finnair sees signs of recovery
Finnair sees signs of recovery.
88. Finnair reports Strong August 2008 Results
Finnair reports Strong August 2008 Results. Finnair traffic, measured in passenger kilometres, increased by 9.3% in August 2008, while the capacity was up by 5%, resulting in a passenger load factor of 80.3% or 3.2 points higher than last year. Finnair transported altogether 723,312 passengers, which is 1.8% more than a year ago.

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