Nearly seven million passengers passed through Dubai International Airport (DXB) in April to cement its status as the world's busiest international gateway.
More than one million passengers travelled through Budapest Airport last month, making it the busiest May on record for Hungary's capital city gateway.
A total of 2.6 million passengers used Berlin’s airports in April – a rise of 8.2% on the corresponding month a year ago despite a slight dip in throughput at Tegel.
A total of 2.29 million passengers passed though Copenhagen Airport in April – a rise of 7.6% on the corresponding month a year ago.
London Luton Airport has handlled over 13 million passengers in a 12 month period for the first time in its history.
Traffic through Hong Kong International Airport continued its upward trajectory in March with passengers numbers, aircraft movements and cargo volumes all rising on last year's figures.
A bumper first quarter of 2016 has seen Liverpool John Lennon Airport handle over one million passengers so far this year.
London Luton Airport (LLA) is one of Europe's fastest growing airports after experiencing close to a 30% rise in passenger numbers last month.
Asia-Pacific continues to be one of the world’s most in demand destinations, with more than 455 million foreign arrivals registered across the region in 2015, according to the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA).