Asia-Pacific passenger demand is continuing to expand steadily, although the year-on-year growth in cargo demand is beginning to ease, the region’s major airline group said. International passenger demand was strong in August, in economy and premium sectors and in both Asian and long-haul markets, according to data released by the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA). The statistics include 36 airlines in the region. Traffic increased 8.2% for the month, compared to a ...

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