Assn. of Asia Pacific Airlines May figures show a 7.3% hike in passengers to 10.1 million while RPKs rose 5.9% on a slightly higher capacity increase of 7.2%, resulting in a 0.8-point decline in passenger load factor to 67.6%. FTKs dipped 1.9% during the month on a capacity increase of 3.9%, producing a 3.8-point drop in freight load factor to 64.4%. AAPA DG Andrew Herdman told ATWOnline that cargo traffic has grown more moderately in the first five months of the year--up just 3.4%--which ...

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