It’s the first full week of December, so let’s take a look back at the most popular stories from last month’s The Blue Swan Daily Asia newsletters…
#10 – There’s a buzz around premium economy among transpacific operators, but Korean Air will not join the party
#9 – ‘Moxy’ – the paper airline that could be the blueprint for future start-ups
#8 – Why does New Zealand have the lowest international LCC penetration rate in Asia Pacific?
#7 – The story of Shenzhen and how the ‘next Silicon Valley’ is getting better connected to the world
#6 – Scoot pursues further 787 fleet growth but consolidates long-haul network
#5 – It’s time for ‘double designation’ as China finally drops its ‘one route, one airline’ long haul policy
#4 – AirAsia X gives up on resuming service to Adelaide
#3 – India’s aviation sector is set to exceed Japan’s in 2019, but who have been the risers and fallers in Asia this decade?
#2 – Oneworld’s expected Qatar Airways divorce will be eased by potential China Southern marriage
#1 – Asia is home to nine of the world’s ten largest routes… in fact it is home to 19 of the top 25