Despite earnings pressure on many Asia-Pacific region airlines in 2017, the annual collective profit for this region is likely to be similar to 2016’s, according to a prominent industry leader. Some major Asian carriers, including Singapore Airlines, have reported declines in first-quarter earnings. But there are also other big players that are still achieving strong profits, the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) DG Andrew Herdman said. AAPA calculated the 2016 profit for ...

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