Asia-Pacific airlines are being hindered in their growth by increasing airport congestion in the air and on the ground, executives in the region warned. “Airports in Asia are regularly voted the world’s top airports … but the growth in traffic demand is also creating infrastructure challenges,” Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) DG Andrew Herdman said during the association’s annual assembly this week in Bali. He added that even some of the ...

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