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Asia-Pacific Recovery in 2023…
The Region is expected to grow in 2023 against a reduced workforce particularly in the technical area. High levels of training are in progress and airlines are commiting increased capacity in the domestic markets. International schedules are cautiously optimistic.
Performance – Trending Upwards in 2023? …
The North American Region is driving industry profitability with forecast net profits by the end of the financial year. Whist small profits are expected only in Europe and the Middle East. Pent-up travel demand is expected to wane over the next 12 months and fuel prices are likely to remain high due to high refining costs.
Global airline Seat Capacity in 2022 reached 90.7 million – Advancing toward the 2019 level of 110.9 million…
There are significant regional differences in how far passenger airlines have recovered from the Covid-19 lockdowns. While capacity remains far below pre-pandemic levels in large parts of Asia, especially in terms of international flights, capacity in North America has recovered.
Great Attractions Take-off…
Doors are open and pumping for some hot deals Across the Ditch !
“The current status of the regional Trans-Tasman market is normalising and this has restored functional passenger load factors for airlines. However, remarkable increases in supply costs have raised airfares to very high levels. The cost of fuel remains high.”
“The economic impact of aviation industry lockdowns has had a profound effect on Australian and New Zealand economies. Huge Covid borrowings has driven inflation and raised supply costs impacting adversely on aviation industry airfares and fees.”