Asia Pacific Airlines January 2023 Traffic Results
International air passenger market saw a strong start to the year in 2023, on the back of
robust travel demand with the easing of border restrictions, notably in North Asia. On the other hand,
the cargo business segment came under pressure due to multiple headwinds amid subdued global
economic conditions. The growth prospects for passenger markets look positive for the year
ahead with latest forward booking trends pointing to sustained high demand.
ASSOCIATION OF ASIA PACIFIC AIRLINES WELCOMES AIR INDIA
AS NEW MEMBER
AAPA CALLS FOR SEAMLESS CROSS-BORDER TRAVEL, SAFETY EXCELLENCE
AND AVIATION SUSTAINABILITY
Asia Pacific Airlines Cautiously Optimistic as Regional Traffic Takes Off
Asia Pacific airline leaders gathering at the 66th Assembly of Presidents in Bangkok, Thailand, welcomed the
resumption of international air travel, which has surged alongside the gradual removal of border restrictions.
Despite a softening global economic outlook, Asia Pacific airlines are well-placed to see traffic volumes
recover closer to pre-pandemic levels if demand continues to stay strong. AAPA performs a critical role
in addressing the key policy issues that affect all carriers in the region, and is dedicated to ensuring
a strong, efficient and sustainable Asia Pacific air transport industry.
Regional associations meet at the ALTA Airline Leaders Forum
AAPA Airlines Commit to Net Zero Carbon Emissions Reduction by 2050
AAPA is now committed to a goal of net zero carbon emissions reductions by 2050.
The net zero goal surpasses the existing industry commitment of halving emissions by 2050. AAPA has
fully embraced industry targets including the ongoing commitment of stabilising net CO2
emissions through carbon neutral growth by 2050.
ASEAN and European Union Air Transport Agreement
Generates Optimism and Confidence for the Future