Articles Tagged ‘AAPA trends’

Asia Pacific airlines grow international traffic by 7% in 2012

Asia Pacific airlines grow international traffic by 7% in 2012

According to AAPA, the collection of 25 airlines for which it collects traffic data showed an increase in international traffic in 2012 of 7%. Load factors also improved by 1.5 percentage points to almost 78%, while ASKs grew by a more modest 3.9%.

Asian airlines reporting international demand still above ’05 levels; load factors up in August

Market TrendsWhat impact did the swine flu scare have on international air traffic in Asia? We present the graphical evidence and look at how average monthly load factors have fared during the last four years.

Asia-Pacific airlines see international traffic fall almost 11% in Q1 2009; load factors down five percentage points

Article Thumbnail: Market TrendsThe latest data from AAPA shows that Asian carriers are not cutting capacity fast enough. Demand has fallen to pre-2006 levels and load factors are also falling. Not a good combination.


Asia-Pacific airlines see international traffic fall in Q3; Taipei has highest seats per movement ratio; Bangkok disruption will impact Q4

Article Thumbnail: Market TrendsThe 17 AAPA member airlines saw international traffic fall by 3.6% in Q3. What happened to capacity and load factors during this period? Which airports in the region have the highest seats to movement ratio?

AAPA members’ international traffic falls in July; Beijing now busiest airport in the region

Article Thumbnail: Market TrendsAfter growth of 2.6% in passenger numbers in Q2 international demand on AAPA airlines fell for the first time in several years in July. Load factors in the traditionally strongest month were also down. Beijing now tops the weekly capacity rankings in the region.

Asia-Pacific: AAPA members’ international traffic up 4.3% in Q1

Asia-Pacific: AAPA members’ international traffic up 4.3% in Q1AAPA member airlines continue to report solid growth in international passenger numbers in the first quarter of 2008. Load factors are up as well. But which regional airports showed the biggest growth in 2007 and which airport may soon claim the crown as the busiest in the region?


Asia-Pacific – AAPA members’ international traffic up 4.6%

Asia-Pacific - AAPA members’ international traffic up 4.6%AAPA’s 17 member airlines reported 4.6% growth in 2007 to 144.6 million passengers. Load factors were also up from 75.5% to 77.3%. Which months enjoyed the highest demand for air travel in 2007?

Asian airline traffic peaks in August

Market Trends: Asia-PacificThe Association of Asia-Pacific Airlines reports that international traffic among its members grew by 5.6% in September. Are load factors also rising? Which is the busiest month for traffic among the member airlines? We also look at airport traffic in 2006 at the region’s top 15 airports. The biggest airport is the only one where traffic is declining. Which one is it?