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Las aerolíneas pueden esperar crecer a pesar de los desafíos, dice el director de IATA

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Perhaps it’s high-time the airline industry stops the pervasive, nonsensical charges such as pillow and luggage fees because according to the director general and CEO of the International Air Transp

Perhaps it’s high-time the airline industry stops the pervasive, nonsensical charges such as pillow and luggage fees because according to the director general and CEO of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), Giovanni Bisignani, the global airline industry is poised for growth despite current challenges. Bisignani has spoken about the current state and future of the global airline industry. At least, we can say this much is true about the Montreal-based airline organization’s head outlook for the airline industry till 2014.

In a statement, Bisignani said: “Despite some regional differences, the forecast indicates that the world will continue to become more mobile. This creates enormous opportunities but also presents some challenges. In five years we need to be able to handle 800 million more passengers and 12.5 million more tons of international cargo. To realize the economic growth potential that this will bring, we will need even more efficient air traffic management, airport facilities and security programs. Industry and governments will be challenged to work together even more closely.”

The head of IATA, which aims to “represent, lead and serve the airline industry,” added: “The shadow of the global economic recession is expected to remain over parts of the industry for some time to come. Sluggish growth rates in Europe and North America are not only the result of being mature markets. Lingering consumer debts, high unemployment and austerity measures will dampen growth rates.”

According to Bisignani, “The focus of the industry continues to shift eastward. By 2014, 1 billion people will travel by air in Asia Pacific. That’s 30% of the global total and a 4 percentage point increase from the 26% it represented in 2009. The same is true for cargo where Asia Pacific will account for 28% of global volumes.”

Furthermore, IATA says:
The industry consensus forecast released by IATA indicates that by 2014, there will be 3.3 billion air travelers, up by 800 million from the 2.5 billion in 2009. By 2014 international aviation will handle 38 million tons of air cargo, up 12.5 million tons from the 26 million tons carried in 2009.

China será el mayor contribuyente de nuevos viajeros. De los 800 millones de nuevos viajeros esperados en 2014, 360 millones (45%) viajarán en rutas de Asia Pacífico y de esos 214 millones estarán asociados con China (181 millones nacionales y 33 millones internacionales). Estados Unidos seguirá siendo el mercado de un solo país más grande para pasajeros nacionales (671 millones) e internacionales (215 millones).

Puntos destacados del pronóstico:
International passenger numbers are expected to rise from 952 million in 2009 to 1.3 billion passengers in 2014. This 313 million-traveler increase reflects a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.9%.

· Los mercados de más rápido crecimiento para el tráfico internacional de pasajeros serán China (10.8%), los Emiratos Árabes Unidos (10.2%), Vietnam (10.2%), Malasia (10.1%) y Sri Lanka (9.5%).

·By 2014, the top five countries for international travel measured by number of passengers will be the United States (at 215 million, an increase of 45 million), the United Kingdom (at 198 million with an increase of 33 million), Germany (at 163 million with an increase of 29 million), Spain (123 million with an increase of 21 million), and France (111 million with an increase of 21 million).

Domestic passenger numbers are expected to rise from 1.5 billion in 2009 to over 2 billion in 2014. This 488 million-passenger increase reflects a CAGR of 5.7%.

·China will record the highest CAGR of 13.9% and contribute an additional 181 million passengers. Other countries with double-digit growth include Vietnam (10.9%), South Africa (10.6%), India (10.5%), and the Philippines (10.2%).

·By 2014 the five largest markets for domestic passengers will be the United States (671 million), China (379 million), Japan (102 million), Brazil (90 million) and India (69 million).

International freight volumes are expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.2% over the forecast period. Excluding the impact of the rapid post recession rebound in 2010, for the 2011-2014 period, the consensus view for air freight is that it will stabilize at 5% CAGR. This is slightly below the forecast growth in world trade (6%) suggesting a still conservative outlook after the recession shock and possibly some loss of market share to sea shipping.

·The top five fastest growing international freight markets over 2009-2014 will be Hong Kong (12.3%), China (11.7%), Vietnam (11.4%), Chinese Taipei (11.3%), Russian Federation (11.0%).

·By 2014, the largest international freight markets will be the US (8.8 million tons), Hong Kong (5.4 million tons), Germany (4.4 million tons), Japan (4.4 million tons) and China (3.8 million tons).
·The volume growth expected in China and Hong Kong will account for a third of global volume growth over the period to 2014.

Perspectiva regional durante el período de pronóstico 2009-2014
·Asia Pacific’s International passenger demand is expected to grow 7.6%. By 2014, China, Japan and Hong Kong will be the biggest international passenger markets in the region, with China being the largest international and domestic market in Asia. The region will see the highest growth rate for international freight at 9.8% with Hong Kong, Japan, China, South Korea, and Chinese Taipei comprising the region’s top five markets.

· The Middle East is expected to have the fastest growth rate at 9.4%. The UAE, Kuwait, Jordon will be among the top 10 fastest growing countries, with the UAE ranked 7th for international passengers at 82.3 million. International freight demand will grow 8.1% as freight links to and via the region continue to develop. The UAE will lead the region, handling 2.7 million tons of cargo.

·Africa is expected to see international passenger growth of 7.7%, the second highest of the regions. International cargo demand is expected to be 5.8%, the lowest among the regions.

·Europe: Europe will see international passenger demand growth of 4.7%. The United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, France and Italy will remain among the top ten largest international passenger markets. International freight demand for the region will grow 6.5%, with Germany, the UK and the Netherlands leading the region in size. The Russian Federation will see the fastest growth rate of 11%.

·Latin America will see international passenger demand grow 5.7%. International freight demand will increase 6.4%, with Peru leading the region freight growth at 9%.

·North America will grow 4.9% for international passenger demand and 7.6% for international freight. The US will continue to be the largest international and domestic passenger market in the world, and is expected to remain the largest international freight market by some margin.