Low-cost carrier expansion has the Asia/Pacific MRO market hopping, but competition for contracts and technicians presents challenges.
The dramatic growth of low-cost carrier operations in Asia and the Pacific spells opportunity for the region's maintenance, repair and overhaul companies, but service providers also are faced with the challenges of keeping their own costs under control, finding enough qualified technicians and offering comprehensive, competitive service packages. While budget carrier market penetration of the Asia-Pacific travel market was relatively low two years ago at 5%, there are new dynamics at ...
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