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    Date: 7 March 2019

    2019 Starts on a Positive Note for Passenger Demand

    Translation

    La demanda de pasajeros aéreos comienza 2019 con una nota positiva (pdf)

    Demanda de passageiros come?a 2019 com resultados positivos (pdf)

    Trafic de passagers : 2019 commence sur une note positive (pdf)

    国际航协:全球航空客运2019年迎来“开门红” (pdf)

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    Geneva - The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global passenger traffic results for January 2019 showing traffic (revenue passenger kilometers or RPKs) rose 6.5% compared to January 2018. This was the fastest growth in six months. January capacity (available seat kilometers or ASKs) rose 6.4%, and load factor inched up 0.1 percentage point to 79.6%.

    "2019 has started on a positive note, with healthy passenger demand in line with the 10-year trend line. However, market signals are mixed, with indications of weakening business confidence in developed economies and a more nuanced picture across the developing world," said Alexandre de Juniac, IATA's Director General and CEO. 

    january 2019 (% year-on-year)World share1RPKASKPLF (%-pt)?2PLF (level)?3
    Total Market100.0%6.5%6.4%0.1?%79.6%
    Africa2.1%3.7%2.0%?1.2%70.9%
    Asia Pacific34.5%8.5%7.5%?0.7%?81.0%
    Europe26.7?%7.4%8.5%?-0.8%79.6%
    Latin America5.1%?4.8%5.4%?-0.4%?82.5%
    Middle East??9.2%1.5%3.0%?-1.1%?76.0%
    North America22.4%
    5.2%4.7%?0.4%79.5%


    International Passenger Markets

    International passenger demand rose 6.0% in January compared to the same month last year, which was up from a 5.3% rise in December year-over-year. All regions recorded growth, led by Europe for a fourth consecutive month. Capacity increased 5.8% and load factor climbed 0.2 percentage point to 79.8%.

    European carriers' international traffic climbed 7.7% in January compared to the year-ago period, down from an 8.6% annual increase in December. This moderation likely reflects uncertainty over the region's economic situation, including lack of clarity over Brexit. Capacity rose 8.8% and load factor fell 0.9 percentage point to 80.3%.

    Asia-Pacific carriers recorded a demand increase of 7.1% compared to January 2018, solidly above the 5.0% growth in December. Capacity rose 5.1%, and load factor surged 1.5 percentage points to 81.7%, second highest among the regions. Healthy regional growth is being underpinned by rising incomes and an increase in the number of airport pairs.

    Middle East carriers had the weakest growth, with demand up just 1.5% compared to January 2018. Nevertheless, this still was improved over a 0.1% drop in traffic in December. It is premature to say whether this improvement represents a trend. Capacity climbed 3.2% and load factor fell 1.3 percentage points to 75.6%.

    North American airlines experienced a 4.7% traffic rise over a year ago, improved from a 3.7% annual rise the month before, while capacity climbed 3.5% and load factor increased 1.0 percentage point to 80.6%. Demand is being supported by comparatively strong economic conditions which have delivered a low unemployment rate and bolstered consumer spending.

    Latin American airlines' traffic climbed 5.8% in January compared to January 2018. Although this represented a slight softening compared to the growth in December of 6.1%, signs are that passenger volumes have accelerated a little in recent months in seasonally-adjusted terms. Capacity rose 6.7%, however, and load factor slipped 0.7 percentage point to 82.8%, which still was the highest among the regions.

    African airlines saw January traffic rise 5.1%, up from 3.8% in December. Concerns continue about the region's largest economies, South Africa and Nigeria, however. The region's capacity rose 2.9%, and load factor jumped 1.5 percentage points to 70.9%.  

    Domestic Passenger Markets

    Domestic traffic climbed 7.3% in January, year-on-year, the fastest pace since August and up from 5.6% growth in December. All markets showed growth, with China, India and Russia posting double-digit annual increases. Domestic capacity increased 7.5% and load factor slid 0.1 percentage point to 79.3%.

     

    january 2019 (% year-on-year)
    World share1RPKASKPLF (%-pt)?2PLF (level)?3
    Domestic36.1%7.3%
    7.5%-0.1%79.3%
    Dom. Australia0.9%0.3%-0.5%?0.6%78.9%
    Domestic Brazil1.1%0.3%0.7%?-0.3%?84.5%
    Dom. China P.R.9.5?%14.1%14.7%?-0.4%81.0%
    Domestic India1.6%12.4%16.1%?-2.8%?86.1%
    Domestic Japan??1.0%3.0%1.8%?0.8%?66.1%
    Dom. Russian Fed1.4%10.4%10.5%?0.0%75.4%
    ?Domestic US
    14.1%?5.8%?5.7%?0.1%?78.9%?

     

    US domestic traffic rose to a four-month high of 5.8% in January; however, in seasonally-adjusted terms the upward trend has moderated since mid-2018, possibly reflecting concerns about the economic outlook and trade tensions with China.

    Russian domestic traffic rose 10.4% in January, down from 12.4% in December, but continuing the strong upward trend in passenger traffic.

    The Bottom Line

     

    "Aviation is the business of freedom, liberating us from the constraints of geography and distance, but to be effective we require borders that are open to the movement of people and goods. We welcome the latest EU proposals to adopt a common-sense approach to maintaining and enabling the connectivity between the UK and the EU in the event of a no-deal Brexit. But this is just a temporary solution and with Brexit still set for 29 March, we urge both sides to agree a comprehensive Brexit package that will ensure the seamless air connectivity travelers expect," said de Juniac.

    Read the full January Passenger Traffic Analysis (pdf)

    For more information, please contact:
    Corporate Communications
    Tel: +41 22 770 2967
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    Notes for Editors:

    • IATA (International Air Transport Association) represents some 290 airlines comprising 82% of global air traffic.
    • You can follow us at http://twitter.com/iata for announcements, policy positions, and other useful industry information.
    • All figures are provisional and represent total reporting at time of publication plus estimates for missing data. Historic figures are subject to revision.
    • Domestic RPKs accounted for about 36% of the total market. It is most important for North American airlines as it is about 66% of their operations. In Latin America, domestic travel accounts for 46% of operations, primarily owing to the large Brazilian market. For Asia-Pacific carriers, the large markets in India, China and Japan mean that domestic travel accounts for 45% of the region's operations. It is less important for Europe and most of Africa where domestic travel represents just 11% and 14% of operations, respectively. And it is negligible for Middle Eastern carriers for whom domestic travel represents just 4% of operations.

    Explanation of measurement terms:

    • RPK: Revenue Passenger Kilometers measures actual passenger traffic
    • ASK: Available Seat Kilometers measures available passenger capacity
    • PLF: Passenger Load Factor is % of ASKs used.
    • IATA statistics cover international and domestic scheduled air traffic for IATA member and non-member airlines.
    • Total passenger traffic market shares by region of carriers in terms of RPK are: Asia-Pacific 34.5%, Europe 26.7%, North America 22.4%, Middle East 9.2%, Latin America 5.1%, and Africa 2.1%.

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