San Francisco Airport bans plastic bottles

San Francisco Airport bans plastic bottles

As of next week, travellers passing through San Francisco airport will no longer be able to buy plastic water bottles there. In order to meet the needs of customers, about a hundred water coolers have already been installed. The ban will therefore begin on August 20...
Traffic decrease for Norwegian

Traffic decrease for Norwegian

Last July, the low-cost airline Norwegian carried 3.714 million passengers, a decline of 2% or just over 81,000 customers compared to July 2018. However, the occupancy rate of Norwegian aircraft increased by 0.5% making it to a total of 93.5% in average. In terms of...
International exchanges increased less in 2018 than in 2017

International exchanges increased less in 2018 than in 2017

Freight transport statistics grew at a slower rate than in 2017, as did world trade. Indeed, this figure has risen from 9.7% in 2017 to 3.4% in 2018. Here is a classification of freight transport companies in terms of ton-kilometers: 1. Federal Express (17.5...
Asia has top pairs of airports

Asia has top pairs of airports

According to IATA data for 2018, the main airport pairs in terms of international and regional passengers are all in the Asia-Pacific region: 1. Hong Kong – Taipei-Taoyuan (5.4 million)2. Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi – Hong Kong (3.4 million)3. Jakarta...
Brits travel most internationally

Brits travel most internationally

According to IATA statistics, the English are the most numerous on international flights. Indeed, here is the ranking of the nationalities that travel the most: 1. United Kingdom (126.2 million or 8.6% of all passengers)2. United States (111.5 million or 7.6% of all...
USA airlines win in terms of passenger-kilometers

USA airlines win in terms of passenger-kilometers

In addition to the article posted on August 5th 2019, and concerning IATA statistics published recently, the most important airlines in terms of total passenger-kilometres on scheduled flights are: 1. American Airlines (330.6 billion)2. Delta Air Lines (330 billion)3....
IATA Stats for 2018

IATA Stats for 2018

The IATA (International Air Transport Association) has published its statistics for the year 2018 indicating that global transport is becoming increasingly accessible and efficient. In terms of market share, the Asia-Pacific region ranks first. Here is the ranking of...
New cancellation for Boeing

New cancellation for Boeing

Dean Saxby, Account Manager for China Southern, confirmed that China Southern has MAX 26,737 in its fleet. While the flight bans on the 737 MAX following the two accidents that occurred over the past 9 months would not have had a significant impact on the company, the...
New routes for Alitalia

New routes for Alitalia

Alitalia has decided to offer new routes from Italy to France. Starting on August 2nd 2019 it will operate 8 flights per week from Rome and Milan to Ajaccio in Corsica. In November 2019, it will also set up a route between Paris and Milan Linate. For the summer...
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