Boosted by a gradual economic recovery, the global airline industry is expected to recover in 2010, industry players concluded at yesterday's Global Strategy Summit, part of the World Route Development Forum in Beijing. "The global economy is recovering slowly now. China and other Southeast Asian countries are leading the recovery and the US is expected to start recovery in the second half of 2009, while Europe and Japan are lagging behind. So we expect the air transport industry to post ...

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