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49. Asia Pacific Airlines Strive for Greater Collaboration with Governments
The Assembly of Presidents of the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) together with IATA and Airports Council International (ACI) Asia-Pacific, issued a joint declaration on Monday, highlighting their commitment to ensure the continued safety of aviation as well as reviving air travel.
50. AAPA Targets Obstacles to Efficient Air Transport Industry Development
Asia Pacific airline have managed to achieve significant growth over the past year, despite intense competition and regulatory policies that often undermine industry development. At a time when carriers could greatly benefit from the removal of unjustified taxation, an uncoordinated patchwork of legislation and unwanted complexity in passenger facilitation, new challenges and uncer
51. AAPA Confronts Barriers to Air Transport Industry Growth and Profitability
The economically dynamic and increasingly outward looking nature of the Asia Pacific region provides good cause for its airlines to maintain a broadly optimistic outlook on the future of the industry. However, barriers imposed by governments continue to threaten short-term profitability and maximum potential in the long-term.
52. Asia Pacific Airlines Carried 316.8 Million International Passengers in 2017; Up 6.2%
Preliminary traffic figures from the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) for the full calendar year 2017 show that both international air passenger and air cargo markets enjoyed robust growth, underpinned by an acceleration in economic activity across most regions.
53. Asia Pacific Airline Leaders in Jeju, South Korea for 62nd AAPA Assembly of Presidents
Against a backdrop of sustained economic growth, a growing middle class and increased demand for air travel, Asia Pacific air carriers continue to spearhead the development of this global industry by investing in next generation aircraft with the very latest cabin innovations across all classes, as well as other customer service initiatives.
54. Asia Pacific Airlines Carried 25.2 Million Int. Passengers in September 2017
Preliminary traffic figures from the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) for the month of September show international air passenger demand expanded at a healthy pace, whilst international air cargo markets continued to enjoy double-digit growth in traffic volumes.
55. Asia Pacific Airlines Full Year 2015 Traffic Results
Preliminary traffic figures from the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) for the full calendar year 2015 show growth in both international air passenger and air cargo markets. For the year under review, the region's airlines recorded a robust 7.9% increase in the number of international passengers carried to an aggregate total of 276.3 million, boosted by lower oil prices l
56. Association of Asia Pacific Airlines Reports September 2009 Traffic
Association of Asia Pacific Airlines Reports September 2009 Traffic. Preliminary figures released by the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) show that member airlines carried a total of 10.8 million international passengers in September 2009, effectively matching the numbers carried in the same month last year for the first time in over twelve months.

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