Asia-Pacific airlines recorded an 11.3% increase in international passengers in March, according to the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA). However, many of the region’s airlines are still posting losses. “Restoring profitability is the key to sustaining continued investment,” AAPA DG Andrew Herdman said. The region’s airlines collectively carried 23.3 million passengers in March, up 9.4% on last year at almost double the growth in the year-ago ...

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