Asia Pacific Debate: Who Has Their Regulation Settings Right?

Despite its significant State-to-State diversity, the Asia-Pacific Region has spawned ground-breaking cross border models and regulation. In this session, we hear from key markets across the Asia Pacific region on their aviation regulation policies to determine who has their regulation settings right.

Asia Pacific will remain the world’s fastest growing air transport market in terms of passenger and freight traffic for the foreseeable future. In 2019, ICAO declared its goal was to reconcile the political positions of each ICAO member state in the region as much as possible on matters concerning the liberalisation of market access, air carrier ownership and control.

• To what level has this succeeded? What does the future hold?
• What impact has the application of the ASEAN open skies principles had on the region?
• What impact has high regulatory costs and inefficient infrastructure had on the region?

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