Worldwide air passenger traffic grew 5.7% year-over-year (YOY) in June, slowing from May’s 6.9% YOY growth, according to IATA’s June Air Passenger Market Analysis report.  Overall passenger traffic in the Asia-Pacific region fell 0.7% from May, the only region to show a month-to-month loss. With a 29.2% share of the world’s passenger traffic market, changes in the Asia-Pacific region are felt globally. Total market traffic in the Asia-Pacific region was up 7.8% on a ...

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