Hong Kong’s largest carrier Cathay Pacific Airways reported a 6% year-over-year (YOY) increase in passengers carried for June, to 3.1 million, despite the ongoing protests and civil unrest in Hong Kong that deterred potential Asian travelers from flying into the territory. Overall passenger growth, measured in RPKs, was up 9.1% YOY, with South Asia, the Middle East & Africa markets showing the strongest increase by 15.5% YOY, followed by Europe at 13.2% YOY. Similarly, ...

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