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Asia/Singapore Monday, 3rd October 2022
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Asia-Pacific likely to lose its position as top civil aviation market:...

China's tougher border measures and Japan's cautious approach toward the relaxation of inbound travel restrictions could displace Asia-Pacific as the world's largest air passenger...

Air capacity, demand improvements continue across Asia-Pacific

Pent up travel demand is continuing to drive air capacity and passenger traffic improvements, finds aviation industry leaders Airports Council International (ACI) Asia Pacific and Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA).

New forms of air transport set to revolutionise travel sector

Electric aircraft, planes fuelled by hydrogen and autonomous aviation are the future of transport, according to industry experts. According to Kata Cserep, vice president and...

AirAsia, Avolon take off on air ridesharing service in SE Asia

AirAsia Aviation Group is looking to disrupt South-east Asia's aviation industry once more through a low-cost air ridesharing service in partnership with Avolon. The company...

TTG Conversations: Five Questions with Brendan Sobie, Sobie Aviation

Airlines have responded to border reopening decisions across Asia-Pacific with ramped up operations, although pace of reinstating capacity and routes has differed based on...

IATA records slight uptick in air travel in June

While passenger demand performance for June showed a very slight improvement in both international and domestic air travel markets, demand remains significantly below pre-Covid...

77% of APAC travellers ready to take to the skies again

While pre-pandemic frequent flyers are ready to get back on a plane, travel restrictions and low vaccine uptake remain a serious barrier, according to...

IATA predicts strong comeback for air travel by 2023

Global air passenger traffic is expected to recover to 88 per cent of pre-Covid levels by 2022, as the vaccine rollout and testing advancements...

Runway to a smart, sustainable and safe restart

The airline industry may be bruised and battered but it continues to perform a crucial role in salvation efforts throughout the pandemic. It needs to now heal itself, and a host of conditions must be in place for recovery to happen. Subhas Menon, director general, Association of Asia Pacific Airlines, reviews what's needed.

Air traffic activity for 2021 gets off to sluggish start: IATA

Demand for air travel has continued to fall, due to increased travel restrictions by governments to combat new Covid variants. According to the IATA, passenger...

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