Low-cost long haul, a business model well-established in Asia, has been slower to take off in other regions, with doubts about profitability lingering, for example, over Norwegian Air Shuttle’s ambitious expansion plans. But modern fuel-efficient aircraft are giving innovative carriers a better chance of success, and the momentum is picking up. Low-cost longhaul has reached relative maturity in the Asia-Pacific region, with carriers such as AirAsia X, Scoot, Cebu Pacific, Jetstar ...

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