Asia Pacific airlines sustained growth in international passenger traffic during September, but international cargo declined, according to figures released Nov. 3 by the Assn. of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA). Asia Pacific carriers flew 16 million international passengers in September, a 5.4% increase over the same month last year, but freight was down 6.5% to 5 billion freight tonne kilometers. AAPA said a slowdown in European and US demand for Asian exports caused the air cargo ...

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