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Thanks to the policies including the “Ten Measures” and the exemption of airlines from infrastructure construction funds implemented by Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), China’s air transport industry recovered and realized brisk growth earlier than its global peers in 2009. The accumulated turnover totaled 42.7 billion ton kilometers, up 13.4% year on year, the volume of passenger traffic reached 230 million people, up 20.1% year on year, while the volume of cargo and mail traffic touched 4.455 million tons, up 9.1% year on year.
The report starts with the development environment of air transport industry, focusing on the overall development of air transport industry in China and worldwide. In particular, it studies the passenger transport market and the freight transport market as well as 14 leading airlines.
China’s top three airlines include Air China, China Southern Airlines and China Eastern Airlines, which operate over 70% of the airplanes and generate over 75% of the revenue passenger kilometers (RPK) in the industry. China Eastern Airline, as one of the flagship airlines, grew rapidly in traffic in 2009 with its RPK placed top spot, up 13.3% year on year, while the RTK rose by 9.6%, only second to China Southern Airline.
In February 2010, China Eastern Airlines incorporated Shanghai Airlines. After the merge, the market share of China Eastern Airlines in Shanghai is expected to rise from 37% to 50% or more, which will greatly improve its competitiveness against the other two major airlines. Furthermore, its passenger load factor and income are expected to be boosted by the traffic created by Expo 2010 Shanghai.
Impacted by the weakened capacity of international service, Air China experienced a comparatively slow growth in RTK and RPK in 2009. However, with the robust recovery of international service in 2010, Air China increased its passenger load factor to 69.2% in the first quarter of the year, surpassing China Eastern Airlines (68.0%) and China Southern Airlines (67.6%).
Moreover, this report sheds light on the development of China’s airports in 2009 as well as the operation of 14 key airports. By the end of 2009, the passenger throughout of China’s 166 airports touched 486 million person-times, up 19.8% year on year; while the cargo and mail throughout reached 9.456 million tons, increasing by 7.0%. In particular, Beijing Capital International Airport, Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport and Shanghai International Airport ranked the top 3 in terms of passenger throughout.
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