Airlines in the Asia-Pacific region will definitely see financial improvements this year compared with 2014, but it’s still tough-going despite the region’s continued growth. Speaking with ATW on the eve of the IATA AGM in Miami, Association of Asia Pacific Airlines DG Andrew Herdman said that last year had been “very tough” for the region, with the majors and the low cost carriers struggling alike. The majority of the region’s airlines operated at close to ...

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