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APAC and Middle East air traffic pick pace after relaxed travel restrictions

A new report from Airports Council International (ACI) Asia-Pacific (APAC) has revealed that aviation passenger numbers across the region in Q2 2022 improved amid the easing of Covid-19-induced restrictions and successful vaccination campaigns.

The second edition of the ACI Asia-Pacific Industry Outlook unveiled passenger volume growth in various countries, including Cambodia, Singapore, India, Thailand, Malaysia and Australia, in the quarter.

There has been a notable rise in traffic from February to early July 2022 due to the removal of limitations on cross-border flights.

According to the report, which covered the period between April and June this year, South Asian nations such as Bangladesh, Bhutan, and India, as well as Middle Eastern countries including Oman, UAE and Iraq, have regained nearly 85% of the Q2 2019 seating capacity.

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