The first solid signs of recovery from the SARS crisis are evident in Asian aviation. China Southern Airlines' domestic traffic boomed 21% in August, versus the same month last year. Cathay Pacific Airways saw yields strengthening in September, and All Nippon Airways (ANA) added nine flights per week to China in late October. Thai Airways planned an aggressive expansion for its 2003-2004 schedule, with new routes to India, China and Laos, as well as increased frequencies to other ...


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