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Days of double-digit traffic growth in Brazil are gone for the moment, but the country’s domestic and international markets still show moderate improvement.
A whopping 1,189 air frames were delivered to worldwide airline customers by Airbus and Boeing last year, turning 2012 into a record year. Boeing delivers over 600 aircraft and wins the race.
Boeing remains in the lead over Airbus; LOT Polish Airlines takes its first 787-8; Tibet Airlines receives first A319 from Tanjin
For a second consecutive month, Airbus manages to make up some of the difference to Boeing, but it is the US airframer to lead this year’s delivery race. As LOT Polish Airlines become Europe’s first 787-operator, which airline received its first Tianjin-manufactured A319?
Fancy a vacation somewhere warm, with clear seas and clear skies? anna.aero’s guide on how to get from the US to the Caribbean this winter.
October turned out to be the most productive month this year in terms of deliveries, especially for Airbus, but the European manufacturer still has a fair bit of work to do to catch up with its US competitor. But how many 787s were delivered last month? And which air framer delivered to a wider customer base?
Japan’s domestic market is being shaken up gradually by the growth of three locally-based LCCs supported by ANA and JAL. But which of the three has grabbed the biggest share of the domestic market to date, and which other Japanese carriers have added capacity this winter compared with last year?
Boeing further extends gap over Airbus; Thai Airways takes its first A380; Air India and United join the 787 club
For the second consecutive month, Boeing delivered more aircraft than its European counterpart, as the gap widens to 31 units. But which carrier took the delivery of the 100th A320 manufactured in China? How many airlines now operate A380s, now that Thai Airways joined the club? And how many 787s does it take to deliver to make it a record month?
UK airport traffic up less than 1% in the last 12 months; Aberdeen growing at 10%; London Southend up and running
The UK still handles more airport passengers each year than any other European country, but which airports have done well in the last 12 months and which have seen passenger numbers fall? We compare growth rates region by region.
India’s airports report first drop in international traffic since March 2009; Kingfisher’s domestic share just 3% in August
India’s airports saw passenger numbers fall by 6.3% in July, but which airline has been growing its domestic market share most this year? Which airports have seen the biggest changes in international traffic, and which carriers have the highest domestic load factors?
Chinese air traffic up almost 9% in 2012 so far; AirAsia, Dragonair and Scoot all starting new routes this winter
China’s airlines continue to report solid growth in 2012 with international growth outstripping domestic growth. Despite the EU’s ETS European carriers have launched several new routes this summer. But which carriers are looking to grow in China this winter?
Canada’s major airports have reported lower growth in Q2 than in Q1 this year, but which airports still reported growth of over 5%? Which airports are doing best (and worst) in each market segment so far this year? And which African airline has launched flights to Toronto?
Azul and Trip grow their combined domestic market share in Brazil to almost 15%; GOL cutting domestic capacity
The Brazilian market continues to grow at a healthy rate, though one of the country’s two biggest carriers is currently cutting domestic capacity. However, merger partners Azul and Trip are still growing rapidly and gradually increasing their share of the domestic market.