U.S. airlines carried 79.0 million systemwide (domestic and international) scheduled service passengers in December 2019, reaching a new seasonally-adjusted all-time high, up 0.9% from November.
Start of the year sees growth in passenger markets, soft cargo demand
The coronavirus outbreak has been declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organization. Travel insurance comparison site, Squaremouth.com, explains that while a policy can still be purchased today, there is limited coronavirus coverage. Squaremouth launched the Coronavirus Pandemic Travel Insurance search feature to help travelers search and compare policies that may provide coverage for the coronavirus.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to impact the global business travel industry, with companies canceling meetings and instituting blanket business travel cancellations, according to the latest research conducted by the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA).
'Which trends, technologies and developments do you need to know and how to combine in order to be successful in the future?' That was the topic of the keynote speech by Nils Müller, CEO of TrendOne, at the Virtual ITB Convention.
Estimates show a pronounced effect on traffic volumes and revenue
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global passenger traffic data for January 2020 showing that demand (measured in total revenue passenger kilometers or RPKs) climbed 2.4% compared to January 2019.
Nearly a quarter of Indias women professionals (23%) travel at least once a month for business, compared to just 7% who travel solely for leisure with the same frequency, according to new research from Indian Hotels Company (IHCL)1.
The Leading Travel Index (LTI), the predictive component of the U.S. Travel Association's Travel Trends Index (TTI), projects international inbound travel to the U.S. will fall 6.0% over the next three months as the coronavirus outbreak continues to roil the global economy.
Air Freight market showed some signs of recovery by years end