Government barriers that threaten airline profitability and growth potential is a key concern among Asia-Pacific airline executives, particularly duplicative and unfair regulatory oversight trends. At the conclusion of the 60th Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) Assembly of Presidents Nov. 18, the 16 member airlines agreed a set of resolutions on common issues they face as an industry. This year’s Assembly was held in Manila and hosted by Philippines Airlines, a carrier that ...

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