Asia Pacific airports to benefit from surging airline capacity – CAPA Outlook report released

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Asia Pacific airports will be the key beneficiaries of the

predicted surge in airline capacity and entrants in 2007 and beyond, according

to a new study by the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation. However, the 181-page

Outlook 2007 report predicts rising challenges in Asia, among them the provision

of enough capacity, funding development, and matching appropriate facilities

to a rapidly segmenting airline sector.

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