China Air Traffic To Spike With New Airports

Latest Forecast Indicates Slower Growth In 2017 – Temporarily

Estimated Load Factors To Exceed 88% – Showing Strong Untapped Demand

Full Forecast To Be Issued August 26, 2017

June 30, 2017. A new Airports:China forecast accomplished by Boyd Group International points to full-year 2017 air traffic in China to grow at less than 10% for the first time in several years.

The forecast, which covers China’s 50 largest airports, encompassing over 92% of total passenger traffic in the nation, clearly indicates that China’s air transportation system will see very robust – and double-digit – expansion as more new airport capacity comes on line over the next five years.

The complete press release can be found by Clicking Here.

The Airports:China forecast will be presented at the 22nd Annual International Aviation Forecast Summit, being held August 26-29 at the Wynn Las Vegas Resort. Click here for information on the Summit, and the 3rd Annual China-US Travel Opportunities Symposium, held 26 August at the Wynn, preceding the Forecast Summit.