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Date de publication: 20 mars 2012
Auteur: Y B
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L'IATA, l'Association internationale du transport aérien a publié son "PREMIUM TRAFFIC MONITOR" pour le mois de janvier 2012 et observe qu'après une stagnation au cours du 4e trimestre 2011, le traffic passager a rebondi en janvier 2012 (+2,9 %).

Points clés :

  • Premium air travel stabilized in January, maintaining the December rebound level and increasing 2.9% compared to a year ago;
  • Economy class air travel continues to grow at a reasonable pace, increasing 6.1% in January, year on year - above the 5.1% growth seen during 2011;
  • Distortions in the January data from the Chinese New Year holiday had mixed impacts - Europe-Far East premium travel contracted significantly in January, down 2.8% compared to the same month in 2011, while both premium and economy travel within Asia benefitted from the increased leisure travel during the month of the holiday, both growing 6.7% year on year;
  • Seasonal adjusted trends show that over the past 9 months, premium passenger market numbers have been stable while economy numbers have been trending positively at an annualized rate of 4.5%;
  • Evidence over the last few months suggests that premium travel, driven by passengers travelling for business purposes, is being supported by the slight improvement in business confidence;
  • World trade growth, a good indicator of business travel, has been slowing for several months, and this trend is consistent with the slow growth in premium travel markets;
  • Evidence suggests the business travel market has been stabilizing in recent months -however, downside risks remain both from the continued economic weakness in Europe and from the recent rise in oil prices.

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