International passenger demand experienced sustained robust growth in January, with a 467% year-on-year increase in demand as measured in RPKs. However, cargo markets remained under pressure, recording a steep 21% year-on-year decline for the month.

PRESS RELEASE: Asia Pacific Airlines January 2023 Traffic Results - Passenger demand still strong, but cargo markets weaken further.


The pandemic didn't derail the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International #Aviation (CORSIA), which is one of the agreements governments have reached to reduce emissions from #flying. Here's what happened with CORSIA in 2022:

International tourist arrivals doubled in 2022 compared to 2021 (+102%). In Asia and the Pacific arrivals more than trippled in 2022 compared to 2021, though from low base numbers.

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The ✈️ industry left 2022 in far stronger 💪 shape than it entered, as most govts lifted #COVID19 travel restrictions during the year and people took advantage of the restoration of their freedom to #travel.

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