Asian low-cost carriers have stolen the limelight in recent years with massive narrowbody aircraft orders, but this year it is the region’s full-service legacy airlines that are more active in negotiating fleet deals. Major carriers such as Singapore Airlines and Cathay Pacific have already placed orders, and other airlines are preparing to make decisions soon. Still more are weighing up alternatives for longer-term deals. However, not all are in buying mood, as Garuda Indonesia plans ...

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