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MAN WITH A MANTRA
At only eight years old, budget carrier, IndiGo, is the country’s biggest airline by market share. Its mantra is low-cost does not mean low quality, Aditya Ghosh, the carrier’s president is a man determined to deliver the Indian travel experience differently.
CARGO REVIVAL GAINS REGIONAL TRACTION
Air cargo has been stagnating since the 2008 global financial crisis, with the Asia-Pacific hit hardest of all. But recent forecasts, and early high season figures, indicate the business is experiencing a renaissance – and Asia is leading the way back to profit.
Less still means more for Asia-Pacific MROs
World beating Asia-Pacific fleet expansion will keep MRO growth at close to 5% year even though airlines are investing in fuel efficient aircraft and keeping their fleets young.
related articles in this issue:
European MRO breaks ground in Indonesia
Smart phones drive MRO innovation
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