Airlines remain committed to Japan despite significant near-term uncertainty.
In late February, US and Japanese dignitaries and aviation officials gathered in Washington for a conference on Japan’s air cargo market. Around the same time, IATA DG and CEO Giovanni Bisignani spoke to the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Japan in Tokyo discussing the competitiveness of the country’s airports. In both instances, various statistics and suppositions were put forward along with predictions about the future of air transport in the world’s ...
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