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Growing pains - LCC subsidiaries getting too big for their booties?

The parents of some Asia Pacific LCCs are having to learn to

live with the increasing independence of (and in some cases, direct competition

with) their subsidiary airlines. It is a situation that will only increase,

as LCCs (including the units of full service carriers) double their share of

the Asia Pacific market to around 25% within five years, on the back of significant

aircraft orders.

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