ACI Asia-Pacific: Region Slowly Recovering From ‘Significant Drop’ In Connectivity

ACI Asia-Pacific board members met in Kobe, Japan

ACI Asia-Pacific board members met in Kobe, Japan.

Credit: ACI Asia-Pacific
Airports Council International (ACI) Asia-Pacific says the region’s governments need to show a “sense of leadership” in restoring air route connectivity, emphasizing that post-COVID Asia-Pacific air travel recovery is lagging behind other global regions. In a resolution released at the conclusion of...
Aaron Karp

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