All articles and posts with analysis about the Asia/Pacific region, with data from any/all modules we produce.

  • 980 International Airports with May Data

    Air4casts’ subscribers may now access the May international actuals for some 980 airports and: ✓  broadly the news is good ✓  it might also bode well for the June numbers which will start to become

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  • Hainan’s April Sales Up 49% with Tourists Up 135%

    Hainan Island’s total retail sales, domestic and duty free, hit USD 3 billion last month, up by almost a half on April 2020 according to the latest statistics provided to Air4casts by the island’s provincial

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  • China Domestics: April Latest

    The latest domestic passenger data for Chinese airports in April provides an excellent indicator of market developments and trends with one important reservation: there is still no continuous data feed for Daxing and while this

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  • Hainan Report May 2021

    This week’s Hainan report has been updated with the latest data to the week ended Wednesday 5th May 2021. Clients can download the full report using the secure link below. (more…)

  • Hainan’s Retail Sales Up 85%

    Hainan Island’s total retail sales last month were up 9% points on the levels achieved in February and increased 85% compared with March 2020 when the pandemic hit domestic Chinese travel especially hard. (more…)

  • March Internationals

    Today’s Air4casts bulletin looks at March international departures from the world’s largest airports. Airport actuals are uploaded daily to the Air4casts servers as the airports report their latest numbers. This briefing concentrates on the short

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  • Latest Forecast Review

    The latest forecasts for over 1500 airports have today been uploaded to client websites. This briefing examines the latest outlook by region. (more…)

  • Asian Airlines in Q4

    In last week’s similar post on how European airlines view their prospects for the summer season, Air4casts were able to report some very considerable consistency. This post which looks at Asia/Pacific in the last quarter

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  • Chinese Air PAX up 745% in 15 Days

    What a difference two weeks makes. On 12th February China’s airports handled just 162 thousand passengers, a decrease of 90% points on the level achieved in 2019 and a direct result of the deliberate policy

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  • Year of the Ox – the Year China Stayed Home

    The power of China’s authorities to control mass movement over the Spring Festival period is vividly illustrated by the Ministry of Transport’s daily passenger numbers. Today’s Air4casts bulletin focuses on the traditional 10 day peak

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