Despite carriers seeming passionate to open up new routes, there are still potential setbacks that need to be considered.
The liberalization measures have been extended to more domestic routes, especially those facing direct competition from high-speed rail.
Conventional wisdom holds that Cathay Pacific will exit Oneworld, while American Airlines' minority stake in China Southern will result in China's – and Asia's – largest airline leaving SkyTeam.
LCC growth in mainland China faces great potential, but also significant infrastructure challenges and lack of government support.
HNA, having played around the sector for the best part of a decade, is finding out the hard way that airport investment is perhaps a riskier business generally than it envisaged.
TravelSky has come up with a Passenger Retailing System for medium- and small-sized carriers, stepping up its basket of offerings as we foray into 2018.
Well known low-cost airlines "Air Asia" is a step closer to setting up a joint-venture low-cost airline operation in China.
China's communist government could soon own an Australian airport after paying just $1 for a 100-year lease on the land.
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