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Kuala Lumpur International traffic surges another 16% in 1Q2014. Is the growth sustainable?

17-Apr-2014 11:00 AM

Malaysia continues to record some of the world’s fastest passenger growth rates, driven by rapid capacity expansion by Malaysia Airlines (MAS) and AirAsia along with the launch of Malindo Air.

Malaysia Airports has recorded 18% passenger growth for 1Q2014, including 16% at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). This follows growth of 18% for the full year in 2013, including 19% growth at KLIA, making it the fastest growing major airport in Asia.

The rate of growth is expected to slow down for the remainder of 2014 but remain in the double digits for the full year. The growth over the last year has been spectacular but has come at the expense of airline yields and hence profitability.

China Southern Airlines to move long-haul focus from growth to sustainability and partnerships

17-Apr-2014 4:50 AM

Myanmar domestic aviation market outlook: long-term potential but intensifying competition

16-Apr-2014 4:13 PM

Cathay Pacific launches Manchester, continuing long-haul re-balance and clawing back at Emirates

16-Apr-2014 8:46 AM

Myanmar LCC outlook: opportunities, led by AirAsia, but short-term challenges with low load factors

16-Apr-2014 2:15 AM

Allegiant: a successful niche player with wider lessons for the world's airline industry

14-Apr-2014 9:24 PM

Thai AirAsia plans rapid domestic and international growth in 2014 despite challenging conditions

14-Apr-2014 10:00 AM

CAPA’s Hall of Fame - Tim Clark

25-27 November, 2013, Airlines in Transition 2013
CAPA’s Hall of Fame celebrates the greatest of aviation legends – individuals who have made a substantial difference to the industry. Recent inductee Tim Clark, president of Emirates, has built the world’s leading long-haul network and long-haul transit hub, implemented new widebody aircraft programmes and recently  spearheaded a ground-breaking alliance with Qantas. Sir Tim looks back at the growth of Emirates and how the airline has remained true to its original business model from the late 1980s, despite achieving massive growth.

Peter Foster - President, Air Astana

Willie Walsh - CEO, IAG

Alan Joyce - CEO, Qantas

Alex Cruz - CEO, Vueling

Christoph Mueller - CEO, Aer Lingus
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