The Asia-Pacific region is comprised of 44 nations and has become a very powerful political and economic force in the global arena. Aviation is an integral component for economic development.
Currently, twenty percent of all passengers carried internationally fly within, to, or from the Asia-Pacific region. Four of the top ten busiest international city pairs, in terms of passenger volume, are located in the Asia Pacific region. Annually, about 25.8 million passengers travel between the U.S. and Asia.
The FAA has four offices located in Asia. The team is located in Singapore, where the Director for Asia-Pacific and a senior representative are located as well. Our other senior representatives are located in Tokyo, Japan; Beijing, China; and New Delhi, India.
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