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Airline losses will be cut substantially from 2009 levels – executives survey

10-Apr-2010

Airline executives are increasingly optimistic that profitability is improving, although regional variation remains. Asian, Latin American and Middle Eastern airlines are “more positive” than their counterparts in Europe and North America, according to a recent IATA survey of airline executives. Two thirds of carriers expect to see improved profitability over the next 12 months, however, the survey was undertaken before the Greek debt crisis deepened in early May-2010. [802 words]

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Subheadings:

  • Positive outlook remains for passenger yields in 2010
  • Cargo yields still falling in Europe
  • Cost and employment Outlook
  • Profitability and Demand Growth Outlook

Graphs and data:

  • Recent and expected change in passenger yields
  • Recent and expected change in cargo yields
  • How have your unit input costs changed? How do you expect them to change over the next twelve months? Apr-2010 survey
  • How has your employment level changed? How do you expect it to change over the next twelve months? Apr-2010 survey
  • How has profitability changed? How do you expect it to change over the next twelve months? April 2010 survey
  • Recent and expected changes in traffic volume: Passenger
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