International air passenger traffic continues to grow but airfreight markets remained depressed, according to the Assn. of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA).
International air passenger traffic continues to grow but airfreight markets remained depressed, according to the Assn. of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA). Asia-Pacific airlines carried 18.5 million international passengers in July, 4.9% more than in the same month last year. This was boosted by robust leisure travel demand, AAPA said in a statement. International passenger traffic grew 3.2% RPKs, reflecting stronger growth on shorter regional routes. Seat capacity increased 3.5%, ...
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