Traffic soars, complaints rise and the airlines muddle through toward a new equilibrium
Airlines and airports are girding for a new bout of turbulence in the international marketplace. The mega-airports emerging in the Middle East suggest strong regional growth and augur new route development. The low-cost carrier phenomenon continues around the globe, causing major shifts in the structural balance between network operators, LCCs and regional air carriers, particularly in North America and Europe. This special 14-page report also focuses on China’s aviation safety efforts, ...
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