Southeast Asian low-cost carriers (LCC) are proving once again that financial success is a powerful stimulant for growth ambitions. Some of the major players in this sector are emerging from a period of uncertainty with plans for fleet and network expansion this year, including new tilts at coveted but elusive long-haul markets. The past few years have been financially challenging for LCCs in Southeast Asia. In many cases, they have restricted fleet growth or deferred orders as ...

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