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Date de publication: 11 juil. 2012
Auteur: Y B
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L'IATA, l'Association internationale du transport aérien a publié son "AIR TRANSPORT MARKET ANALYSIS" pour le mois de mai 2012.

L'association, qui regroupe 242 compagnies aériennes du monde entier, a revu ses prévisions annuelles à la baisse. Elle estime à 62% la baisse des bénéfices auxquels les transporteurs peuvent s’attendre : 3 milliards de dollars (2,4 milliards d’euros) au lieu de 7,9 l’année dernière et 15,4 en 2010. 

Points clés :

  • Air travel markets in May are showing some signs of weakness, after several months of strong growth;
  • Year-on-year growth in passenger travel was down in May compared to April; with business confidence and growth in world trade both softening in recent months;
  • Passenger demand increased by 4.5% in May compared to a year ago and the growth trend over the month was almost flat;
  • The trend in air freight continues to show some positive signs, although the recovery is very small - May air freight traffic is about 1.5% above Q4 2011 levels;
  • On a year ago, air freight was down by 1.9%, but that is an improvement on April;
  • The improvement in air freight is narrowly based, with Middle Eastern airlines capturing 50% of the growth in air freight from late 2011 to May;
  • On international passenger markets, all regions except for the Middle East have shown decline in year-on-year growth rates in May compared to April;
  • On domestic passenger markets, China’s domestic travel weakened further with another month of relatively slow growth, while in India, domestic travel fell sharply in May compared to April;
  • Passenger load factors fell in May after reaching seasonally adjusted record highs in April, while air freight load factors are still above the 2011 year-end lows;
  • Weakness in demand and softening load factors will provide offsetting pressure to the benefits of falling fuel prices on airline profits in Q2.

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