Asian carriers urged to speak with one voice on global aviation policies

Asia-Pacific airlines are being held back on global aviation policy making because they do not have the advantage of speaking with a single voice the way European Union countries and the US do, airline CEOs were told Friday. At the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) Assembly of Presidents...

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