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Why is business soaring for Asian airlines?
As Europe and the US teeter on the brink of a double dip recession, and legacy carriers continue to feel the pinch, a raft of new airlines - from no frills to ultra premium services - are launching in Asia.
It is predicted to be the fastest growing aviation market in the world. Carmen Roberts reports.
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