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IATA: international traffic will take four years to recover

International long-haul air travel might take another three to four years before it returns to 2019 levels, IATA said in its latest briefing in Covid-19 on May 13. This is one and a half to two years later than domestic travel, which will see a rebound by mid-2022....

IATA: 2019 traffic growth slows down

International air traffic slowed down in 2019, with Revenue per Kilometers up ‘only’ 4.2 percent compared to +7.3 percent in 2018, IATA announced on February 6. Not since the 2009 financial crisis traffic growth has been below 5.5 percent, making last year an...

Yes, YOU will be Hacked

If your firm is somewhere in the aerospace supply chain, a computer hack is coming.  It looks like there a pattern is forming.  First, a group of Chinese hackers stole a huge trove of US data from the US Office of Personnel Management.  That was followed by  United...

IATA reports strong August numbers

IATA announced global passenger traffic results for August showing a strengthening of the healthy demand trend of the past few months. Total RPKs rose 6.8% compared to August 2012. Capacity increases YOY lagged demand at 5.6%. This pushed the load factor to match the...

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