Aviation infrastructure shortcomings in the fast-growing Asia-Pacific region have become a dire situation, prompting IATA to warn governments in the area of the potential cost to their economies if they do not quickly address airport and airspace congestion. IATA Regional VP, Asia-Pacific Conrad Clifford, speaking at the IATA World Financial Symposium in Singapore, said there was a huge shift occurring within the global activity of the airline industry, with China set to take over the US as ...

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