While demand remains strong for Asia-Pacific airlines, yield improvement still lags behind fuel price rises, according to the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) director general Andrew Herdman. Passenger traffic has been growing “above trend” in recent years, and this has continued in 2018, Herdman said at the 62nd Assembly of Presidents in Jeju, Korea. “Traffic numbers are very robust and are being maintained,” Herdman said during the AAPA’s annual ...

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