Global passenger capacity reached 82% of pre-pandemic levels in December 2022, according to aviation market intelligence consultancy IBA. Data from IBA’s Insight platform and published in its monthly Aviation Industry Barometer showed approximately 2.33 million commercial passenger flights worldwide in December, up from the  2.2 million during the previous month and the 2.13 million in December 2021. But the Asia Pacific’s slower recovery continued with the region’s 62% of pre-pandemic levels coming as most regions hit 90-100%. “The removal of China’s zero-Covid policy restrictions should spur the Asia Pacific region’s capacity recovery during the first quarter of 2023, and allow

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