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MIRAGE OR REALITY?
An open skies regime in Southeast Asia is scheduled to be introduced in less than two years, but there are industry experts who seriously doubt a fully liberalized single market will happen at all.
BATTLE LINES DRAWN
The International Air Transport Association’s drive to revolutionize the sale of airline tickets and services through new distribution capability (NDC) standards has become a major industry battlefront, coming under attack from a major section of the global travel agent community and some global distribution systems (GDS). The airline body is fighting back, accusing detractors of getting their facts wrong.
Borghetti ups the ante
Virgin Australia’s success in winning clearance to take management control of budget carrier, Tiger Airways Australia, and sealing an increased equity deal with major partner, Singapore Airlines, is changing the competitive landscape in Australia - and beyond.
related articles in this issue:
Done deal ... at last, for Etihad and Jet Airways
Back in business - the B787 Dreamliner
The quiet achiever. The B747-8I slips into service with little fanfare
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