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Cathay Pacific reported (24-Jan-2022) the following traffic highlights:

  • Dec-2021:
  • 2021:
    • Passengers: 717,059, -98% compared to 2019;
    • RPK: -96.9%;
    • Passenger load factor: 31.1%, -51.2pp;
    • Cargo: 1.3 million tonnes, -34%;
    • Cargo load factor: 81.4%, +17pp. [more - original PR]

Kiribati's President Taneti Maamau stated (20-Jan-2022) the Government of Kiribati will instigate 'Alert Level 3' for the whole of South Tarawa and Betio effective from 24-Jan-2022 to 27-Jan-2022. According to the updates from the Ministry of Health and Medical Services on the contact tracing and the testing of primary contacts, there are two new confirmed positive cases outside the quarantine including one probable case. In Alert Level 3, the following conditions will apply for South Tarawa and Betio only:

  • Lockdown with 24 hours curfew;
  • All Government Offices and SOEs will be closed and work remotely from home, except for essential and emergency services;
  • The private sector will remain open to deliver essential services to the public;
  • Individuals may only leave their homes for essential work or to access emergency services or for essential food or other shopping;
  • Access to these emergency services and essential services will be zoned to limit the movement of people;
  • No public transportation;
  • All kava bars, liquor bars, and night clubs will be closed;
  • All kinds of social gatherings are banned;

Buota village in North Tarawa will continue to be under lockdown until further notice. [more - original PR]

Macau's Statistics and Census Service reported (21-Jan-2022) visitor arrivals to Macau for Dec-2021 and for the 12 months ended Dec-2021. Details include:

Emirates Airline stated (20-Jan-2022) as a result of telecommunication operators delaying the roll out of 5G networks around US airports, the US Federal Aviation Administration and Boeing have issued formal notifications that lift the previous restriction on aircraft operations, enabling Emirates to safely restore full scheduled operations to all its US destinations. From 21-January-2022, the airline will reinstate its Boeing 777 operations to Chicago, Dallas Fort Worth, Miami, Newark, Orlando and Seattle. Emirates services to Los Angeles, New York John F Kennedy, and Washington DC remain unimpacted. Services to Boston, Houston and San Francisco, on which the airline had temporarily deployed A380 aircraft on 20-Jan-2022 and 21-Jan-2022, will return to Boeing 777 operations on 22-Jan-2022. Emirates previously suspended its services to some US destinations based on the FAA advisory and Boeing recommendations on possible interference between the 5G antennas and aircraft systems, as safety of operations is the top priority. [more - original PR]

Statistics New Zealand reported (21-Jan-2022) 5309 visitor arrivals to New Zealand in Nov-2021, an increase of 3.8% year-on-year. Visitor arrivals from Australia declined 58.3% to 536. [more - original PR]

American Airlines Group reported (20-Jan-2022) the following traffic highlights:

  • Three months ended 31-Dec-2021:
    • Passengers: 49.3 million, +108.6% year-on-year;
    • Revenue passenger miles (RPM): +129.9%;
    • Passenger load factor: 80.2%, +16.1pp;
    • Cargo Traffic: +11.7%;
  • 12 months ended 31-Dec-2021:
    • Passengers: 165.7 million, +73.8% year-on-year;
    • Revenue passenger miles (RPM): +75.9%;
    • Passenger load factor: 75.3%, +11.2pp;
    • Cargo Traffic: +50.5%. [more - original PR]

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Aviation returns to the 1930s

Issue 53
  • There has been much talk about the post-COVID-19 industry reverting to the profile of the 1970s, but in two very important ways the real timeframe to compare is the 1930s.
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Issue 52
  • If the first two decades of the century were transformational for the aviation industry, the 2020s will be revolutionary.
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