The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) has reported the region’s airlines carried 22.5 million passengers in November, up 6.7% over the year-ago month. However, cargo carried across the region saw a continuing slide, with a 2.4% drop in freight tonne miles (FTMs), principally as a result of what it called “soft market conditions” in the key manufacturing economies across Asia. “Air passenger markets continued to record strong growth in November,” AAPA ...

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