Infrastructure Constraints In Asia
Infrastructure remains a common issue around the world and especially in Asia, forcing airlines in some markets to grow at secondary airports draw on different catchment areas. The Philippines (Manila), Indonesia and Vietnam are all problematic at the moment, and Bangkok’s new three airport policy is worth debating.
These infrastructure constraints in Asia are impacting greatly on aviation. This session will review:
- The role of the airline and airport relationship;
- What lessons can be learned from the rest of the world?
- How does Route Development look for the future in Asia? Will congestion be an impediment?
- Do Asian airports and air navigation service providers have the capacity to accommodate the growth ambitions of the region’s carriers?