Singapore passenger traffic is soaring as borders lift according to the country’s Civil Aviation Authority with passenger traffic in Singapore now at 31 percent of pre-pandemic levels.

There were 400,000 passengers for the week ending Apr 17, the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) said on Monday 18, in a press release. The increase in air passenger traffic was broad-based with traffic volume increased for all major markets, with particularly strong growth for traffic to and from Australia, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand the CAAS said.

Direct traffic increased for both international and local travelers, with Singapore citizens and permanent residents making up 32 percent of total direct traffic.

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World-renowned, multi-award-winning writer, author, and commentator who has taken a holistic view of the aviation industry for more than 40 years. Geoffrey has 42 awards for his works including a Lifetime Achievement Award. He has authored 11 books on the industry. He is the former SE-Asian Editor for McGraw Hill’s flagship Aviation Week & Space Technology and the former Chief Editor of US-based Air Transport World.

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