The Asia-Pacific region still serves as a Petri dish for the long-haul, low-cost carrier (LCC) concept. However, there is no longer any question about whether the experiment is sustainable. Airlines in this category are growing rapidly as they spread their networks across Asia, and are now beginning to set their sights further afield. While long-haul LCCs have also appeared elsewhere, they are most prevalent in Asia. The vast distances and less-mature markets are well suited to this ...

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