Asia-Pacific carriers are continuing to benefit from strengthening demand despite the threat of trade protectionism, according to the region’s major airline industry group. “The solid pattern of growth seen in the first half of the year” extended into July, with Asian airlines “reporting further increases in both international passenger traffic and air cargo volumes” for the month, Association of Asia-Pacific Airlines (AAPA) director general Andrew ...

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