There can no longer be any doubt that the long-haul, low-cost airline business model has become a transformative force in the Asia-Pacific market. But despite the growth of such carriers in recent years, few are pushing their networks beyond the Pacific Rim. A notable exception is Scoot, which launched a flight from its Singapore base to Athens, Greece, in July. However, Philippine airline Cebu Pacific pulled back from most Middle East routes this year and is instead focusing its widebodies ...


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