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1. Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) - State of the Industry with Subhas Menon, DG
The state of international air travel is particularly grim, with Asia Pacific airlines currently carrying less than 2 million international passengers per month, compared to 39 million a month in 2019. Seat capacity on international routes has accordingly fallen by 89% compared to 2019. Subhas Menon, Director General of the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA), gives media a
2. Asia Pacific Airlines Traffic Results for October 2013
Preliminary traffic figures from the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) for the month of October 2013 show sustained growth in international passenger markets and a stabilisation of air cargo traffic. Growth in international passenger demand maintained its momentum in October, with Asia Pacific airlines reporting a strong 8.3% increase in the number of passengers carried t
3. Asia Pacific Airlines Reduced Losses in 2009
Asia Pacific Airlines Reduced Losses in 2009. Combined revenues for Asia Pacific airlines totalled US$114.2 billion, 16.1% lower than the US$136.1 billion reported in 2008. Operating expenses fell by 19.8% to US$112.1 billion. Fuel expenses, the single largest cost item, declined by 34.9% to US$32.2 billion, with an average oil price of US$62 per barrel compared to US$97 per barrel
4. Asia Pacific Airlines to Take Delivery of Around 8,560 Aircraft Over Next 20 years
Asia Pacific Airlines to Take Delivery of Around 8,560 Aircraft Over Next 20 years. Asia Pacific airlines are expected to take delivery of around 8,560 new aircraft over the next 20 years, according to European aircraft manufacturer, Airbus. Valued at US$1.2 trillion, the requirement represents 33% of new aircraft deliveries worldwide over the forecast period, with the region overt
5. 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
6. Asia Pacific Airlines Return to Profitability
Preliminary financial performance figures compiled by the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) show that Asia Pacific airlines recorded US$6.9 billion in combined net earnings in 2015, an upswing from net losses of US$1.2 billion reported in 2014. The strong results were underpinned by sustained growth in passenger markets, lower fuel prices and operating efficiencies includ
7. Asia Pacific Airlines Carried 22 Million Int. Passengers in September 2015
Preliminary traffic figures from the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) for the month of September 2015 show continued growth in international passenger demand, whereas air cargo markets were weak. In aggregate, Asia Pacific airlines carried 22.0 million international passengers in September, 6.0% more than the same month last year. Measured in revenue passenger kilometres
8. Asia Pacific Airlines Carried 22.1 Million International Passengers in July 2014
Preliminary traffic figures from the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) for the month of July 2014 show continued growth in both international passenger and air freight demand. In total, Asia Pacific airlines carried 22.1 million international passengers in July, an increase of 4.3% compared to the same month last year, boosted by strong regional demand.

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