Dunkerley: Transpacific Competition Hurt By Joint Ventures

Credit: Joe Pries Aviation
SYDNEY—Hawaiian Airlines CEO Mark Dunkerley contends that joint-venture (JV) partnerships on key international routes are constraining competition, and he warns this effect will be more pronounced in transpacific markets. Asia-Pacific airlines are forced to seek closer JV ties with U.S. carriers to...

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