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Asia-Pacific air travel rises 6% in March

International air travel in the Asia-Pacific area has sustained its upward trend due to the increase in direct airport connections and strong development of its key routes, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) reported. Most current data from IATA showed that March traffic for Asia-Pacific based airlines rose six percent compared to year-ago figures as capacity increased 7.8 percent however load aspect went down to 77.4 percent.

Slower financial development in a number of the area s economies has actually been at least partly offset by the 7.3 percent boost in the number of direct airport connections within the area, which has assisted to stimulate demand by affording time savings for passengers, IATA director general and CEO Tony Tyler said.

12 finest beaches in Asia Pacific

 

Life's a beach. With numerous to select from, therefore little time, Skyscanner has selected a few of the most beautiful beaches for action, relaxation and privacy. Join us at these leading beach locations for a spectacular tropical getaway!

1. Palawan - Philippines

Escape everything at the Bacuit Archipelago in Palawan. A short distance far from El Nido in Palawan, its 45 enchanting islands are riddled with karst cliffs, limestone developments, and gorgeous lagoons. This is beachcomber paradise; charter a boat and go island-hopping!

 

Travelling in the United States? Get a Lyft via Grab app

 

From today, Grab users who travel to the United States will have the ability to reserve a ride from United States ride-hailing service Lyft in 200 cities throughout the country, right from their Grab app. They will be able to book rides on Lyft and the six-seater Lyft plus services once they arrive in cities such as Seattle, where the Singapore-based Grab opened an engineering center in January this year. Find more info on https://www.365travel.asia/

" What is necessary to us is that individuals use the experience they're familiar with and that they trust when they travel," stated Grab product head Joel Yarborough.