Tag: Association of Asia Pacific Airlines


  • Asia-Pac sees continued cargo growth

    More confirmation of the sustained recovery in the global air cargo market came today courtesy of the the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) with statistics showing that both air cargo and passenger markets continued to show......

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  • AAPA 2009 cargo traffic down 11%

    The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) has released preliminary traffic figures for the full 2009 calendar year showing AAPA member’s international air cargo traffic down 11 per cent for the year. With carriers making corresponding reductions......

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  • AAPA: Asia cargo volumes recovering but weak

    Preliminary figures released by the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) for August, point to a slowly recovering air cargo sector. For the month of August, international cargo traffic for AAPA member airlines in terms of freight......

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  • Intra-Asia trade likely to lead recovery

    Here’s some good news in these depressing times. Get ready to see Asia pick up the gauntlet and ride the revival wave. If cargo industry stalwarts are to be believed, Asia could very well be in the......

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  • Asian air cargo declines 22% in March

    Air cargo demand remained depressed in March, with the latest figures released by the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) showing a 21.9 per cent decline in international freight tonne kilometres (FTKs) compared with March of last......

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  • Asia Air Cargo Dives 11 Per cent

    Freight traffic for Asian airlines plunged 11 per cent in October, the steepest decline for the carriers since 2001 and a worrying signal that the downturn is worsening. The decline measured by the Association of Asia Pacific......

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