EUROCONTROL drops aircraft movements forecast
EUROCONTROL has again dropped its short-term outlook for European aircraft movements, revising its forecast for 2009 downwards from a 5.5% decline (forecast in May-2009) to a 5.9% decline. [972 words]
Unlock the following content in this report:
- Europe’s full service carriers still cutting back heavily
- Slot suspension wavier needs to be extended
- Europe’s LCCs to fill the void?
- UK/Ireland hit hardest, Italy coming back
- Return to growth in 2010
Graphs and data:
- EUROCONTROL Sep-2009 short-term IFR movements forecast
- AEA Member traffic (ASKs, RPKs and passenger growth, % change y-o-y): Jan-2009 to Jul-2009
- Additional European area flights per day by market segment: Jan-2006 to Aug-2009
- ELFAA departing seat capacity: 2007 to Jul-2009
- Intra-European share of worldwide premium traffic: Dec-2006 to Jul-2009
- Difference between May-2009 and Sep-2009 short-term forecasts
- EUROCONTROL short term forecast for 2010
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