Preliminary April 2020 traffic figures released today by the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) showed that international air passenger markets were battered by the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic with demand 98.8% down on the same period last year. Overall AAPA says Asia Pacific airlines saw international passenger numbers plunge 98.8% year-on- year to a combined total of just 368,000 passengers in April compared to the 31.9 million carried in the same month last year. The average international passenger load factor slumped to a historical low of 28.0% for the month as available seat capacity declined by 94.6%. With
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