Domestic passenger demand within the Asia-Pacific region increased in May but was out-paced by international traffic and overall figures, Airports Council International (ACI) figures show.  Overall passenger number growth year-on-year across the region was 5.3% compared to May last year. Domestic traffic was up 4.7% , while international traffic rose 6.6% . Year-to-date figures show Asia-Pacific traffic up 6.1%. Figures from the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) indicate an ...

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