OAG takes a deep dive into the traffic flows at Asia’s primary hub airports to gain a greater understanding of the dynamics of connectivity. We look at the five biggest airports in Asia and assess their popularity as well as the outlook on their future.
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If change is good, and on most occasions it is, then aviation in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region would appear to be in a very good position. Over the last five years the pace of change or perhaps evolution in the each of the sub regions has been dramatic.