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IATA Reports Air Passenger Demand in October 2010 Rose 10.1%

posted Nov 26, 2010, 4:01 AM by Elaine Bell
Aviator.aero Daily News - 25 NOV 2010

AirLift International (Ghana) allowed to resume flights to EU with certain aircraft, says EU commission. Source_1


Precision Air Services (Tanzania) IPO planned for 4Q 2010 rescheduled to 1Q 2011, says chief executive Alphonce Kioko. Shares to be made available to public in February 2011. Kenya Airways hold 49 percent stake in carrier with reported plan to sell 15 percent. Source_1


Air Zimbabwe approved for restructuring including privatization by government. Source_1


Embraer forecasts China demand of 950 new regional jets with 91-120 seats over next 20 years. Source_1


GOAL (Germany) closes purchase and leaseback of two E190s to Air Europa (Spain) for 10-year term. Source_1


Jetlink (Kenya) set to launch flights to Hargeisa, Somalia on 29 November, followed shortly by flights to Asmara, Eritrea. Source_1


IATA reports air passenger demand in October 2010 rose 10.1 percent compared to same month year earlier, with freight demand up 14.4 percent. Source_1