Asia Pacific airline capacity spurs new airline entry, offshore bases

A surge in capacity for Asia Pacific and Middle East airlines

will result in one of the busiest years in new airline activity in the region

this decade. Several carriers are also preparing to establish offshore hubs

through cross-border JVs, as well as through the utilisation of increasing rights

available under more liberal air services agreements. Extra domestic hubs are

also planned by some carriers.

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