Air Travel in Asia - December 2010
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This report reviews recent developments in air travel in Asia and offers insight into future trends for the sector. The report begins with an overview of the current outlook for the economy and for the spending on travel and tourism in Asia. Following a discussion of air travel trends (including passenger volumes and capacity) by major Asian region and country, company level developments impacting air travel in the region are reviewed and analysed – notably, for example, the bankruptcy of the region’s biggest carrier, Japan Airlines (JAL), and the ongoing financial problems of other major carriers in the region such as Air India, Kingfisher and Philippine Airlines.
Other topics treated in depth include: the development of low-cost carriers (LCCs) in the region; the impact of major airline alliances on the region; distribution trends, including frequent-flyer programmes; security and safety; airport and route development, including fees and capacity constraints; and competition with rail.
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