The Association of Asia-Pacific Airlines (AAPA) say airlines of the region are experiencing an economic recovery evidence by strong passenger and cargo traffic growth in June. Airlines carried 15.1 million international passengers, which it says is a sharp 25.2% gain compared with the depressed volumes seen in the same month last year. “During the first half of the year, Asia-Pacific carriers carried 89 million international passengers, 14.9% up on the same period last year, spearheaded ...

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