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In the Middle East, passenger volume recorded an overall decline in July as traffic softened at the larger hubs In the Middle East, passenger volume recorded an overall decline in July as traffic softened at the larger hubs

ACI Asia Pacific Reveals April Passenger Growth and Reduction

Airports Council International (ACI) Asia-Pacific announced its figures for April indicate a 10 percent rise in the number of passengers in Asia-Pacific and a two percent drop in the Middle East.

More specifically, passenger traffic across Asia-Pacific airports recorded growth at 9.9 percent in April while a reduction of 2.4 percent was observed in the Middle East.

Hong Kong-based ACI Asia- Pacific is one of the five regions of ACI and represents 106 members operating 605 airports in 49 countries or territories in Asia-Pacific and the Middle East.

India led the Asia-Pacific region delivering growth at 20.4 percent, sustained by robust domestic demand. The domestic sector reported growth exceeding 20 percent for the third consecutive month, at 23.8 percent in April.