Asia-Pacific airlines saw an overall passenger growth of 6% in September year-over-year, but lackluster numbers from the regional cargo sector, according to the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA). AAPA associate airlines carried 22 million international passengers in September 2015, an RPM growth of 7.4%. AAPA said the figures reflect “broad support on both short- and long-haul routes” for regional airlines. This, combined with a 6.2% expansion in available seat ...

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