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Jumbo Jam adds to Mombasa’s traffic woes

(eTN) - No sooner were memories fading over the strike a week ago, which brought the ferry services between Mombasa and the southern mainland to a standstill, did more bad news hit home.

Hawaiian flies 8.67 million passengers in 2011

HONOLULU, Hawaii - Hawaiian Airlines, Inc., a subsidiary of Hawaiian Holdings, Inc., today announced its systemwide traffic statistics for December, fourth quarter, and full year 2011.

Smog emergency in Milan

ITALY (eTN) - Guiliano Pisapia, Milan’s Lord Mayor, confirmed in his official statement yesterday, a stop of traffic stop on Friday and Saturday, December 9 and 10, 2011.

JAL announces passenger traffic forecast for Golden Week

JAL Group (JAL) announced today, passenger traffic forecast for the Japanese "Golden Week" vacation that spans 11 days this year from April 28 to May 8, 2011.

JetBlue sees bump-up in passenger traffic

NEW YORK - JetBlue Airways Corporation reported its preliminary traffic results for September 2010.

Hawaiian Airlines August traffic up 14.3%

Hawaiian Airlines said Tuesday that its August traffic jumped 14.3 percent, pushing occupancy on its planes up to 88 percent.

Tourism news: Heavy tourist traffic endangering Sistine Chapel

Heavy tourist traffic through the Sistine Chapel, in the Vatican, is endangering the world-renowned frescoes decorating its walls.

IATA: Global travel rose in July

SYDNEY - THE International Air Transport Association (IATA) , which represents 230 airlines, said international passenger and freight traffic rose in July as flights increased in Asia and the Middle E

Southwest pondering international routes

NEW YORK - Southwest Airlines, which reported a higher-than-expected profit on Thursday, said it would push for more business travelers over the next year and consider flying internationally.

Air France-KLM flies into the black as cargo and passenger traffic...

PARIS (Dow Jones)--Air France-KLM (AF.FR) reported Tuesday it swung to a better-than-expected fiscal first-quarter net profit due to recovering cargo and passenger traffic and a one-time EUR1 billion

Stronger demand on Asian routes boosts European air traffic

STOCKHOLM - Stronger demand on Asian routes boosted air traffic in June, three European airlines said on Wednesday, noting a rise in sales of business class tickets as economies begin to recover from

American Airlines passenger traffic rises 3.2%

American Airlines said its June traffic rose 3.2 percent, driven by a rise in international travel.

Southwest Airlines traffic up 3.5%

Southwest Airlines Co. said its traffic last month rose 3.5 percent as the number of available seats remained steady but planes were more full.

Thai airline industry: Traffic, passenger numbers are down

BANGKOK — Political clashes in Thailand are leaving their mark on the nation's travel industry, with Thai Airways International PCL and state-owned Airports of Thailand PCL saying Tuesday that passe

Bukoba open for some air traffic again

Small aircraft are now allowed to land again at the

RwandAir signs up for intermediate B737 dry lease

Ahead of the delivery, expected by the middle of the year, of their own B737-800,

Destination Marketing Organizations and Convention Visitor Bureaus capitalize with mobile services

"Millions of people are looking up travel information on their phones, either because they're visiting a new city, they saw a billboard promoting a mobile site, or they got the bug to research a vacat

Rains cut main road to Rwanda

Destruction from the current torrential rains sweeping the region have now added another victim to its growing count, when reports reached from Kabale that the main road to the Katuna border post with

IATA: January traffic up 5.7%

NEW YORK - An international airline group said Wednesday that airlines flew 5.7 percent more passengers in January than the same month a year earlier.

European passenger traffic up nearly 4 percent during January 2010

Traffic figures for the beginning of the new year reveal improving signs of recovery at European airports.

Asia’s budget carriers flying high

SINGAPORE - It is a sign of the changing aviation times that as once high-flying premium carrier Japan Airlines (JAL) was filing for bankruptcy last month, Singapore's budget flier Tiger Airways was s

American Airlines reports traffic growth

AMR Corp., the parent of American Airlines, said traffic grew in January, its first growth in more than a year, while US Airways Group Inc.

More ferries planned for island traffic in Ssese Island chain

It was learned that the government of Uganda is in the process of procuring additional ferry services for the transportation of both passengers and goods to and from the Ssese Island chain in Lake Vic

Lufthansa passenger numbers drop in 2009

Under the impact of the poor economic situation, Lufthansa flew fewer passengers in 2009 than in the previous year.

GOL’s traffic up 34.8% in December

SAO PAULO - Brazilian airline GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligentes SA (GOL) registered another sharp jump in traffic during December as the local economy continued to pick up and the airline increased capac

French tourist charged over fatal collision

A French tourist faces charges over a fatal collision with a motorbike in Waikato.

Turkish Airlines set to expand in Africa

The Turkish national airline some time ago commenced flights into Kenya, following the withdrawal from the route of Kenya Airways in 2008, offering nonstop services between Istanbul and Nairobi.

Bisignani: Crisis has cost airline industry two years of growth

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) reported international scheduled traffic results for October 2009 that show improving conditions with passenger demand up 0.5 percent compared to Oct

Sydney Airport traffic boosted by tourists

The combination of a strong Australian dollar and an abundance of cheap flights between Australia and both the US and Europe has helped Sydney Airport’s passenger traffic figures rebound strongly in