IATA DG and CEO Tony Tyler warned that Japan’s visa requirements and airport costs are holding back its potential as an airline market. Speaking in Tokyo Wednesday at the American Chamber of Commerce Japan, Tyler said the Japanese domestic air passenger market is the world’s third largest. About 5.5% of global airline traffic is linked to Japan, generating approximately 11% of worldwide industry revenue, he said. But the country is falling behind regional rivals in terms of ...

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