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Circular 76
North Atlantic Traffic Forecasts (March 1966)
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IRCULAR NORTH ATLANTIC TRAFFIC FORECASTS March 1966 Prepared by the Secretariat and published by authority of the Council for the information of Contracting States I INTERNATSUNAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION - - - MONTREAL m CANADA
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TABLE OF CONTENTS Page FOREWORD ........................... 1 ........................... I . PASSENGER TRAFFIC 3 General trend in North Atlantic air passenger traffic ........ 3 Future of passenger fares ...................... 4 Pus sible introduction of new large aircraft ............. 6 Introduction of supersonic aircraft in 1972 and 1974 ........ 8 Charter flights and non- XATA airline operations ........... 9 Seasonal variations on the North Atlantic route ........... 9 Total passenger trafric forecasts .................. 12 Variation from the forecasts ..................... 12 IIX . CARGO TRAFFIC .............................. 15 Current trends ............................ 15 Load factors ............................. 15 Forecasts ............................... 17 AUR MAIL TRAFFIC. ............................ 19 ............................ Present trends. 19 Forecasts ............................... 19 APPENDIX f . General assumptions underlying the forecasts .......... 21 APPENDIX I1 . Notes on the concepts of elasticity of demand as used in this study ....................... 23 STATISTICAL TABLES Table I . Table 2 . Table 3 . Table 4 . Table 5 . Table 6 . Table 7 . Table 8 . Seasonal Variations on the North Atlantic Route ....ma.. 10 Passenger Traffic Forecasts on the North Atlantic ....... 25 Changes in North Atlantic Traffic Forecasts .......... 26 North Atlantic Cargo Traffic. 1951 . 1975 ........... 27 North Atlantic Cargo Traffic on IATA Scheduled Flights. Monthly. 1961- 1965 ................ 28 Mail Traffic on North Atlantic ................. 30 Rates of Revenue and Cost on North Atlantic Route . . . . 3 1 North Atlantic Traffi on Scheduled Services by .................... Quarters 1951-1945 33
FOREWORD The Fifteenth Session of the Assembly requested the Council to prepare long- and medium-term forecasts of future trends and developments in civil aviation, including, where possible, regional as well as global data, and make these available to Contracting States Resolution A15-6. The object of such forecasts would be to aid the Council in carrying out its functions in the economic field and to provide Contracting States with information on which to base future pclicy decisions, It was decided that these forecasts should be prepared in the first instance on a regional basis and that the work should be co-ordinated with other econornic studies in order to minimize its cost. In due course inter- regional and global forecasts will be developed. The present study provides forecasts of traffic on the North Atlantic air route up to 1975. It was carried out in conjunction with a statistical study of air traffic on the route required each year for the Systems Planning of air navigation facilities, in consultation with the Federal Aviation Agency of the United States and the International Air Transport Association, whose published statistics form the main basis of the forecasts.
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FOREWORD