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Cambodia‘s Ministry of Tourism recorded 1.2 million international tourists and 7.28 million domestic tourists in the nine months ended 30-Sep-2020, a 74.1% and 51.9% year-on-year
Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) reported (28-Oct-2020) the following international traffic highlights for Sep-2020: Passengers: 1.1 million, -96.4% year-on-year; Passenger traffic (RPKs): -95.6%; Capacity
All Nippon Airways (ANA) announced (28-Oct-2020) plans to allow ANA Mileage Club members to redeem ANA Miles for Peach Points for use on Peach services
Airports Authority of India (AAI) reported (27-Oct-2020) the following traffic highlights for Sep-2020: Passengers: 8.5 million, -69.5% year-on-year; Domestic: 7.8 million, -65.1%; International: 661,513, -87.8%;
Tourism Council WA CEO Evan Hall reported (27-Oct-2020) the state’s tourism industry has lost AUD2.4 billion (USD1.7 billion) in revenue since the closure of its
Qantas announced (27-Oct-2020) plans to resume Sydney-Hobart service from 06-Nov-2020, operating 11 times weekly, following the easing of border restrictions between New South Wales and
Solomon Airlines CEO Brett Gebers said the carrier will be “a much smaller airline for some time to come”, but intends to continue operating its
Alaska Air Group VP for finance and controller Chris Berry stated the mix of cash and credits for the carrier’s air traffic liability (ATL) has “changed
Boliviana de Aviacion is reportedly waiting to receive USD24 million from the Government of Bolivia in order to proceed with its plans to reactivate services (Los Tiempos, 26-Oct-2020). The carrier