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81. Heightened Competition and High Fuel Costs Pressure Airline Profitability
Delegates gathering for this year's Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) Assembly of Presidents meeting in Hong Kong are in a positive frame of mind, as innovative Asia Pacific airlines continue to forge ahead in a post recessionary world, with the region's carriers having played a pivotal role in the reshaping of the industry over the past five years. Heightened competition
82. Aviation Experts Focus on Runway Safety @ ALAR Workshop
Airline safety professionals gathered in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam last week for an Approach and Landing Accident Reduction (ALAR) workshop, jointly organised by the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA), Flight Safety Foundation (FSF), and Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV).
83. Asia Pacific Airlines Profitability Sustained in 2016
Preliminary financial performance figures from the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) reveal that Asia Pacific airlines registered US$6.9 billion in aggregate net earnings for the full year 2016. Solid growth in passenger demand, coupled with renewed strength in air cargo markets, helped negate yield pressures resulting from stiff competition, while the fall in jet fuel pr
84. Cathay Pacific Services Media Presentation at AAPA's 57th Assembly of Presidents in Hong Kong
Algernon Yau, CEO of Cathay Pacific Services, gave a full media presentation at the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines' 57th Assembly of Presidents in Hong Kong on 15 November 2013. Here you can watch the entire press conference including the Q&As at the end.
85. AAPA Calls on Governments to Help Aviation Industry
The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines has called on all governments to take immediate action to address the societal impact of the world's worst public health crisis in a century, saying that they can help by rapidly implementing emergency relief measures such as:
86. Asia Pacific Airlines Carried 24.9 Million International Passengers in August 2015
Preliminary traffic figures from the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) for the month of August 2015 show sustained growth in international passenger demand, while air cargo markets remained relatively weak. Underpinned by a boost in leisure travel demand during the holiday season, the region's operators carried a combined total of 24.9 million international passengers in
87. Asia Pacific Airlines Carried 293 Million International Passengers in 2016
Preliminary traffic figures compiled by the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) for the full calendar year 2016 shows continued solid growth in demand for international air travel, whilst air cargo markets experienced renewed strength in the second half of the year after a weak start.
88. Asia Pacific Airlines Carried Just 1 Million Passengers in August
Preliminary August 2020 traffic figures from the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) show that international passenger demand stayed severely depressed as a result of ongoing border restrictions, with little indication of recovery in sight for the remainder of the year.

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