International passenger traffic in the Asia-Pacific region has increased 10% to 23 million in April, according to the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA). However, it said yields are not keeping pace. The AAPA April figures show a 9.6% increase in passenger traffic, accompanied by an 8.2% jump in RPKs and a 1.8% rise in average load factor to 78.1%. Cargo figures also rose by 3.7% in FTKs, although cargo load factors slowed by 0.6% to 63.5%. However, as pointed out by AAPA DG ...

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