The financial health of many Asia-Pacific full-service airlines is looking increasingly fragile, as continuing concerns about falling passenger revenue translate into slumping profits. A growing weakness in revenue and yield has been a major theme in earnings reports for the September quarter. While most of the region’s full-service giants are still profitable, in several cases their surpluses are shrinking significantly. Such trends will form the backdrop to discussions at the ...

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