International passenger traffic on Asia-Pacific carriers rose 3.3% in May to 17.2 million year-over-year; in April, international passenger traffic grew 3.4% to 17.8 million compared to April 2012. The findings are according to traffic results reports released by the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA). During May, international RPKs rose 3.2% and available seat capacity expanded 5.1%, resulting in a load factor of 74.1%, down 1.3 points. In April, international RPKs rose 2.5% ...

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