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Asian airport development


, : Asian airport development. Travel and Tourism Analyst ( 2): 1-21

The remaining years of the 20th century represent a watershed for airports in the Asia Pacific. As existing facilities battle to cope with extraordinary growth through the 1990s, a number of new airports will come on line and modernisation programmes at several others will be completed. However, authorities face a number of challenges to ensure the pace of airport development meets demand.


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