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1. Subhas Menon to Become AAPA Director General in March 2020
The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) has announced that Mr. Subhas Menon will take up the position of AAPA Director General with effect from 1 March 2020, following the decision by the current Director General, Mr. Andrew Herdman, to step down after having successfully led the association since 2004.
2. 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
3. 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.
4. Aviation: Inconsistent and Complicated Border Restrictions Serious Impediments to Recovery
Asia-Pacific airlines are preparing for a smooth, successful and widespread resumption of air travel as soon as governments relax border controls. The restart of international air travel has been delayed following the recent surge in COVID19 infections, while the global roll-out of vaccination programmes will take time, effectively extinguishing hopes for an early recovery in air t
5. Aviation Leaders Debate Solutions to Rebuild Passenger Confidence
Leaders from across the global aviation industry came together for a live broadcast last week, which explored strategies to accelerate recovery and future growth in light of the COVID19 pandemic. FlightPlan: Strategies for Recovery, hosted by Inmarsat Aviation and the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX), saw over 50 industry voices exchange views on the present and futu
6. Asia Pacific Airlines Carried Just 1.3 Million Int. Passengers in January
Preliminary traffic figures from the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) show that airline operations in January 2021 remained depressed, as the spread of COVID19 variants resulted in tighter border restrictions in international as well as domestic markets across the world. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 1 March 2021.
7. Air Travel Bubble Between Hong Kong and Singapore Postponed Until 2021
The launch of the highly anticipated Air Travel Bubble (ATB) between Singapore and Hong Kong has again been put on hold. The ATB, which would allow people to travel between the two major aviation hubs for any reason and without the need to quarantine at either end, had been scheduled to take off on Sunday, 22 November but those plans were grounded at the last minute. Published by T
8. Air Corsica Takes Delivery of First Airbus A320neo Aircraft
Air Corsica has taken delivery of the first of two Airbus A320neo aircraft on lease from ICBC Leasing. With this delivery, the airline has become the first French A320neo operator.

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