The competitive dynamics of the Asia-Pacific airline industry are shifting this year, as some of the region’s major players look to strengthen their positions by increasing their cooperation with other carriers. Asian airlines have very few opportunities to consolidate due to cross-border ownership and control restrictions. The full-service giants are also more limited in their ability to set up offshore franchises, in contrast to low-cost carriers that are spreading their brands ...

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