As in almost every other part of the world, the rise of low-cost carriers (LCC) has transformed the Asia-Pacific airline industry landscape. But some major constraints will have to be overcome to continue the rapid growth in this region, particularly in places where LCC penetration has remained low. Among the leading challenges are airport congestion and infrastructure limitations, according to speakers at the second annual conference of the Asia MRO League in December. A proliferation of ...

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