Cathay Pacific to hub its way over challenges, Airbus sees rising demand for large aircraft in China

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Cathay Pacific CEO, Tony Tyler, stated Asia Pacific airlines

are on the way to becoming the biggest airlines in the world, wielding growing

influence over the global aviation industry. But challenges will always remain

in this “fickle industry", according to Mr Tyler, who points to three

key issues Asian carriers will face: the growing environmental debate, airspace

congestion and ever-increasing competition.

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