A Iata apresentou seu boletim financeiro de outubro de 2013, em inglês, com informações importantes resumidas abaixo, e também, através de um documento anexo a esta noticia.
- Worldwide airline shares rose 5% in October, slightly outperforming the market as jet fuel prices stabilized;
- US airline shares continue to rise strongly on better financial performance, the opposite is true for Asia Pacific;
- Initial Q3 financial results suggest continued improvement, dominated by airlines in North America;
- Jet fuel prices were stable in October, as rising Saudi crude oil production offset upward price pressures from supply disruptions and growing demand;
- Air transport volumes moderated in September compared to August, but air travel growth remains solid compared to a year ago and air freight demand indicators suggest scope for improvement ahead;
- Capacity growth stabilized in October as new aircraft deliveries and net storage activity remained unchanged;
- Passenger load factors slipped on international markets, but air freight loads showed some improvement from the moderation in capacity growth, although levels are still low and down on a year ago;
- Passenger yields are up on a year ago in the US but show weakness globally due to declines in Asia Pacific.