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2016 CAPA LCCs in North Asia Summit

  • 07 June 2016
    08 June 2016
  • Asia-Pacific
  • Tokyo, Japan Asia-Pacific
2016 CAPA LCCs in North Asia Summit

Low Cost Carriers (LCCs) now account for 60% of airline seats in Southeast Asia, whereas within North Asia, it’s just one-in-ten!  With tremendous potential for growth, the LCC segment is now growing fast, with many new entrants.

SITA is pleased to be a foundation partner in the CAPA LCCs in North Asia Summit.  This summit aims to help bridge the gaps in awareness that exist between stakeholders, to help create the conditions for a win-win North Asian aviation and beyond.

Join us at the panel discussion on “Improving the passenger experience in the face of skyrocketing passenger demand”.

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