Malaysia’s Capital A Berhad (Capital A) airlines, AirAsia Malaysia, AirAsia Thailand, AirAsia Indonesia and AirAsia Philippines carried 14.2 million passengers in Q2, almost double that of 7.2 million in Q2, 2022. The Group announced its operating statistics for the second quarter of its financial year 2023. Across the aviation group, 16.2 million seats were available, and this capacity management resulted in a load factor of 88%, up from 82% last year. The consolidated AirAsia airlines operated 146 of their 166 activated aircraft and have now recovered to 73% of capacity and 74% of passengers carried compared to the pre-pandemic first half of 2019. The group

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