Articles Tagged ‘GAP’

Mexican airport groups report traffic slumps of 40-50% in May after swine flu outbreak

Article Thumbnail: Market TrendsWhile Europe’s airports and airlines panic about a 10% reduction in demand spare a thought for their Mexican counterparts. Things weren’t looking great even before the swine flu outbreak, but which airport groups suffered most in May?

Mexico’s airports see domestic traffic fall 8.4% in 2008 Q4; Mexico City and Cancun both report annual growth

Article Thumbnail: Market TrendsMexico’s domestic traffic is falling after rapid growth, but by less than 10%. Which airlines are fighting for domestic supremacy and who is gaining on whom? Which were the top domestic routes in 2008 and what do figures from airport operators tell us about 2009?

Boom times are over in Mexico (except Cancun); Q2 growth is back to below 5%

Article Thumbnail: Market TrendsMexico’s domestic traffic was up 17% in Q1 but just 3% in Q2. Early indications are that it will be down in Q3. Which airlines are still gaining market share and which have recently been grounded? Which airline has opportunistically started 11 new routes from Mexico City?


Mexico’s air traffic growth starting to slow;
GAP reports traffic reductions in April and May

Logo: Market TrendsMexico’s domestic market was the world’s second fastest growing in 2007 (after India) but there are signs that growth is finally slowing. LCCs are continuing to gain market share at the expense of Aeromexico and Mexicana, but on which routes is traffic down in Q1 2008?