Asia-Pacific airlines are likely to lead the recovery in the global industry this year, with demand for cargo and passenger services almost back to pre-recession levels, says the regional industry association. “Provided the current momentum is sustained, Asia-Pacific airlines are poised to spearhead the recovery in the aviation industry, with an anticipated further improvement in financial performance for the year 2010 following two years of heavy losses,” says Andrew Herdman, ...
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