SINGAPORE—Passenger traffic across the Asia Pacific region grew by 5% overall in the first half of 2014, with regional airports seeing a 3.3% growth year-on-year. However, what could be the first signs of a regional slowdown came in June, when factors such as political unrest and currency and fuel price instability drove some major regional centers into negative growth. Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta International passenger numbers dipped by 6.9%, and Thailand’s ...
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