Assn. of Asia Pacific Airlines, which lost Qantas and Air New Zealand as members, is courting carriers from mainland China as it looks to compensate. "We welcome China's mainland airlines to become members of AAPA. Although their focus is the domestic market right now, their long-term growth is in the international market," DG Andrew Herdman told ATWOnline this week in Beijing. He revealed that the organization has held informal talks with major Chinese airlines and has maintained regular ...

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