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65. Airports in Asia Pacific Report 9.7% Passenger Growth in February 2015
Impacted by seasonal passenger traffic surge during Lunar New Year, Asia Pacific airports reported a growth of +9.7% while those in the Middle East recorded an increase of +7.0% in February 2015. According to ACI Asia Pacific, many airports in Asia Pacific posted double-digit growth for the month. The Lunar New Year holiday period significantly boosted international passenger traff
66. Airports in AP and ME Record 6% Growth; Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok Up 48.8%
ACI Asia Pacific's preliminary passenger traffic results for the month of November 2014 show continued moderate growth from last year at airports in Asia Pacific (+6%) as well as at airports in the Middle East (+6.1%). The majority of the airports in both Asia Pacific and the Middle East reported positive growth for the month. Bangkok Don Muang (DMK) topped the list recording the h
67. Bangkoks Don Mueang Airport Enjoys Highest Growth in Asia Pacific
According to data from ACI Asia Pacific, the traffic surge during Lunar New Year continued to have a positive impact on the airports within the region in March 2015, reporting a +11.1% year-on-year rise, and a +8.5% growth for the first quarter. Airports in the Middle East also recorded strong rise of +10.0% in March, and +9.4% for the first quarter.
68. Airports in Asia Pacific Report 6% Increase in Passenger Traffic for April 2014
According to data compiled by ACI Asia-Pacific, passenger traffic growth regained strength for the month of April 2014 mainly due to the shift in the Easter holidays. Airports in Asia Pacific recorded a year-on-year increase of +6.0% while airports in the Middle East recorded an increase of +14.7%.
69. Airports in Asia Pacific Record 3.5% Increase in Passenger Traffic
According to data compiled by ACI, passenger traffic for the month of July 2014 maintained a steady growth rate with airports in Asia Pacific recording a year-on-year increase of +3.5%, while airports in the Middle East posted an increase of +5.0%. For year-to-date passenger traffic from January to July 2014, the Middle East has enjoyed a strong increase of +8.4%, while Asia Pacifi
70. Airports in AP and ME Enjoy Record Growth in 2013; Chiang Mai Up 21.7%
According to data from ACI airports in Asia-Pacific finished the year 2013 with +7.2% more passengers compared to 2012, while airports in the Middle East recorded a +10.1% year-on-year growth. Attributing to the robust domestic economic growth and the rising propensity to travel, both international and domestic traffic in Asia-Pacific continued the momentum of 2012 and gained +8.6%
71. Double Digit Gains for Airports in Asia Pacific; Don Mueang Up 49.6%
According to data compiled by ACI-Asia Pacific, passenger traffic exhibited strong growth in May 2015 with Asia Pacific and Middle East airports both reporting double digit gains year-on-year at +10.6% and +10.9% respectively. Despite a slowdown in regional trade activities, passenger growth was supported by robust international traffic. A number of the major airports recorded year
72. Airports in Asia Pacific Report 7.3% Increase in Passenger Traffic
According to data compiled by ACI-Asia Pacific, passenger traffic at Asia Pacific airports in October 2014 maintained a moderate growth rate of +7.3% year-on-year while airports in the Middle East reported +7.6% in the same period. The majority of the airports reported positive growth for the month. In particular, high growth in domestic passenger traffic continued to be a signific

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