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World’s airports report ‘healthy and resilient’ passenger demand; freight declines again

8-Aug-2011

The world’s airports reported strong passenger traffic growth in Jun-2011, with ACI World Director of Economics Andreas Schimm commenting that the Jun-2011 results are “very robust closing off an excellent second quarter against the background of numerous challenges”. He continued: “All in all, passenger demand seems very healthy and resilient defying a somewhat shaky and erratic post recovery period in key national economies.” However, freight again declined in the month. [1037 words]

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Subheadings:

  • Passenger traffic growth supported by higher demand in Europe
  • Latin America/Caribbean sees highest rate of growth by region
  • Steep declines in Japan but overall steady growth in Asia Pacific region
  • Air freight volume declines slightly
  • Africa witnesses largest freight declines. Asia Pacific and Europe also see negative growth
  • APPENDIX: ACI WORLD traffic results for Jun-2011

Graphs and data:

  • Traffic results for Jun-2011
  • ACI total passenger number growth: Jun-2010 to Jun-2011
  • ACI World regional passenger trends: month-on-month comparison with the same month of the previous year
  • ACI World regional international passenger trends: month-on-month comparison with the same month of the previous year
  • ACI total cargo volume growth: Jun-2010 to Jun-2011
  • ACI World regional total freight trends: month-on-month comparison with the same month of the previous year
  • ACI World regional international freight trends: month-on-month comparison with the same month of the previous year
  • Jun-2011 passenger traffic summary
  • Jun-2011 freight traffic summary
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