Aviation Week’s annual Top-Performing Airlines (TPA) study shows that while the industry has improved its financial condition, not all regions are reaping the rewards of the upturn. One of the major themes to emerge from this year’s TPA study is the relative underperformance of Asia-Pacific airlines. While other regions – particularly Latin America and North America – saw increases in airline median scores, Asia was the only one to experience a decline. The TPA ...
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