airways forecast

airways forecast

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According to The Associated Press, British Airways forecast its revenue growth for 2006-2007 to be between 4-5%, while the total costs for 2006-2007, excluding fuel, are forecast to remain the same as any increases would be offset by cost efficiencies.
AirTran Airways forecast first-quarter passenger RASM to increase 6%-6.5% from the 9.2 cents it reported in the first three months of 2007, while CASM excluding fuel will rise 0.5%-1% year-over-year from 6.24 cents.
Etihad Airways forecasts it will carry more than 554,000 passengers from Wednesday July 15 until Saturday July 25 across its network, 16 per cent more than the 478,000 it carried during the equivalent period a year ago, the airline told Gulf News this week.
All Nippon Airways forecasts reduced losses thanks to undisclosed asset sales prompted the group to issue a revised guidance yesterday anticipating a smaller loss for the fiscal year ended March 31 than previously forecast.
"We view the deteriorating outlook as UK-led and consequently see ramifications for our easyJet and British Airways forecasts," NCB analyst Neil Glynn wrote in a research note.