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23-Aug-2019 3:41 PM

France pax up 3% in Jul-2019

French Civil Aviation Authority (DGAC) reported (22-Aug-2019) the following traffic highlights for Jul-2019:

  • Passengers: +3.2% year-on-year;
    • Domestic: +0.5%;
      • Within Metropolitan France: +0.3%;
      • Metropolitan France to French overseas territories: +1.5%;
      • Within French overseas territories: +1.0%;
    • International: +3.8%;

Singapore Changi Airport reported (23-Aug-2019) the following traffic highlights for Jul-2019:

  • Passengers: 5.9 million, +3.3% year-on-year;
  • Cargo: 170,000 tonnes, -4.8%;
  • Aircraft movements: 32,400, -7.2%. [more - original PR]

Airbus Aerial forecast (22-Aug-2019) beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) and operation over people (OOP) are "the only way to appreciate a significant increase in ROI with UAS (unmanned aerial systems) technology and as the scale grows". The company continued by stating the lessons learned and benefits from these operations will "expand into new markets". [more - original PR]

CAAC reported (22-Sep-2019) the following traffic highlights for Jun-2019:

  • Passengers: 53.4 million, +8.2% year-on-year;
    • Domestic: 47.3 million, +7.2%;
    • International: 6.1 million, +16.5
  • Passenger load factor: 83.2%, -0.2ppt;
  • Cargo: 607,000 tonnes, -1.1%;

Flight Centre Travel Group (FCTG) announced (22-Aug-2019) the following details for the group's FY2020 outlook:

  • Some ongoing uncertainty in key markets, due to "Brexit in the UK, soft market growth in Australia, unrest in Hong Kong and the US-China trade war";
  • Longer term total transaction value growth target of +7%. [more - original PR]

AirAsia X Berhad reported (22-Aug-2019) the following financial and operational highlights for 2Q2019:

  • CASK remains "unchanged" at MYR 12.99 sen (USD0.03), excluding impact of a one off adjustment for the disposal of three aircraft via sale and leaseback in Apr-2019;
  • CASK ex fuel improved by 4% year-on-year to MYR 7.74 sen (USD0.02) despite a weakening Malaysian ringgit;
  • MYR77 million (USD18 million) loss before taxation, after adjusting disposal of three aircraft;
  • Net loss reduced to MYR32 million (USD7.6 million), with "room for further improvement" as Indonesia AirAsia X's two aircraft began wet lease in Jul-2019;
  • Thai AirAsia X recorded a net loss of USD8.8 million, given that the new routes remain in "infancy stage". [more - original PR]

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