AAPA: Asia-Pacific carriers see upticks in passenger and cargo traffic

Asia-Pacific airlines saw boosts in international passenger and air cargo traffic in March for the first quarter. The region’s airlines carried a combined total of 21.2 million international passengers in March, 2.7% more than the same month last year when leisure travel demand experienced a boost...

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