As airports throughout the world see reduced or suspended operations from airlines amid the COVID-19 pandemic, airports in the Asia/Pacific and the Middle East could could lose an estimated USD $36.4 billion for this year alone.

According to ACI, Airports Council International (ACI) airports in Asia and the Middle East .......

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