Volume 26
June 25, 2018

A Weekly Aviation Career
Newsletter from Avjobs, Inc.

A Weekly Aviation Career Newsletter from Avjobs, Inc.
 
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Young Adults in Aviation
Young Adults in Aviation Part 2
Working On The Goodyear Blimp
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What Aviation Employers Expect
Virtual Flying
Virgin America Takes Flight
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The History Of Flight Attendants
The Gratitude Campaign
Recruiting Minorities to Aviation
Pilot Promotes Aviation Careers
Pilot Completes Trip
Pay Hikes and Bonuses
Northwest Airlines Hiring
No Ordinary Flight Instructor
Jumpseat Ride Flying Charters
Joe Jones Aviations True Spirit
Is an FAA Career for You
IATA Reports On Airline Traffic
Hubble Multimedia Package
Honda Aircraft Company
History Of Flight Attendants
Having Fun for a Living
Gordon Page Warbird Recovery
Funding Prevents Furloughs
Flying The Canyon
Flight Simulation
Flight Attendants Contract
FAA To Hire 15000
FAA Bumps Retirement Age
Encourage a New Generation
Delta Promises Stability
Corporate Flight Attendant Jobs
Congress Recognizes Irving
Colorado Astronauts
Climb Aviations Career Ladder
Cirrus Design
Changing Careers
Career Profile Airline Pilot
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Boeing Enjoys Sales Spike
Barrington Irving on CNN
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IATA - International Air Transport Association

IATA represents some 250 airlines comprising 94% of international scheduled
air traffic.

IATA Reports On Airline Traffic

An airline industry group claims a slight slowdown in airline traffic is not necessarily bad for business. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) estimates that its member airlines posted a collective operating profit of $10.2 billion for 2006, with net losses totaling $500 million. All of this while the airlines experienced a decelerating passenger traffic growth rate of 5.9 percent, down from 7.6 percent in 2005. The Middle East was the fastest-growing region, recording a full-year passenger traffic increase of 15.4 percent. All other regions saw a decline in the growth rate compared to 2005, while traffic actually decreased 2.4 percent in Latin America thanks to Varig's downsizing. Load factors improved in all regions except the Middle East and Africa, led by North American carriers, which posted an 80.2 percent load factor.

The organization claims growth was more profitable in 2006 than in recent years as careful capacity management led to a record average load factor of 76 percent, up 0.9 point. Worldwide capacity growth for the year was just 4.6 percent. IATA reported that worldwide cargo traffic rose 4.6 percent in 2006. The organization claims high fuel costs and strong competition from other transport modes as contributing factors.

 


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