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1. Air Cargo Demand Reaches Record High in March 2021
IATA's March 2021 data for global air cargo markets shows that air cargo demand continued to outperform pre-COVID levels (March 2019) with demand up 4.4%. Demand in March 2021 reached the highest level recorded since the series began in 1990. Month-on-month demand also increased albeit at a slower pace than the previous month with volumes up 0.4% in March over February 2021 levels.
2. PolyU unveils Hong Kong Tourism Demand Forecasting System
PolyU unveils Hong Kong Tourism Demand Forecasting System. Developed by PPRI and the School, the Hong Kong Tourism Demand Forecasting System is a web-based system to forecast the demand for tourism in Hong Kong over the next decade. Demand is measured by tourist arrivals, tourist expenditure, and hotel room nights. Hong Kong resident departures are also forecast. Econometric method
3. Air Cargo Demand Slumps in February 2020
Asia Pacific airlines saw demand for air cargo contract by 2.2% in February 2020, compared to the year-earlier period. Seasonally adjusted cargo demand fell by 15.5% compared to January 2020, to levels last seen in early 2014. The drop in demand was largely due to the impact of COVID19. Capacity decreased 17.7% - the largest fall since early 2013. Cargo capacity in China dropped sh
4. Report shows Strong Growth in Luxury Demand Expected in Asia Pacific
Report shows Strong Growth in Luxury Demand Expected in Asia PacificReport shows Triple Digit Growth in Luxury Demand Expected from Older Premium Consumers in Asia Pacific. Strong demand for luxury goods and services is predicted from the glittering silver market, with triple digit growth expected from the older premium consumers (top one-third by net household assets of those +60
5. International Airline Passenger Demand Falls 5.6% in January 2009
International Airline Passenger Demand Falls 5.6% in January 2009. International airline passenger demand fell by 5.6% in January 2009 compared to the same month in 2008. It is also a full percentage point worse than the 4.6% year-on-year drop recorded in December. The January fall in demand is the fifth consecutive month of contraction.
6. Demand for Air Freight Strengthens in July 2016
IATA's data for global air freight markets in July 2016 shows a robust growth in demand. Measured in freight tonne kilometers (FTKs), demand increased 5.0% in July 2016, compared to July 2015. This was the fastest pace in almost 18 months. Freight capacity measured in available freight tonne kilometers (AFTKs) increased by 5.2% year-on-year, outstripping demand and keeping yields u
7. Expedia Unveils Latest Hotel Demand Trends in Thailand
Expedia has reported inbound demand to Thailand has increased by 10% year-on-year over the past 12 months. Based on demand generated by Expedia Groups extensive portfolio of travel brands, U.S.A. remains the largest market to Thailand, with demand growing by 20% year-on-year. China is now the second largest market to Thailand, surpassing Japan, Hong Kong and South Korea for the fi
8. International Airline Passenger Demand Up 11.9% in June 2010
International Airline Passenger Demand Up 11.9% in June 2010. Compared to June 2009, international passenger demand was up 11.9% while international scheduled freight traffic showed a 26.5% improvement. Capacity increased only slightly above demand improvements during the month, keeping load factors in line with historical highs at 79.8% for passenger traffic and 53.8% for freight.

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