Makers of 50-120-seat jets will struggle to generate sales in the Asia-Pacific region if yields remain low and no progress is made in developing secondary routes. Widebody aircraft and large narrowbodies are popular with carriers in the region because they can transport large numbers of passengers over the vast ranges often required while generating revenue from cargo carried in the belly hold. “The Asia-Pacific market has typically been a large market in terms of volume of traffic, ...


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