Routes Weekly top five: Korean Air, Moldova, Cambodia, Spotlight on China, IATA and more

Our top five stories this week: Korean Air adds Boston; the low-cost influence on Moldova's skies; new airline entrants fuel Cambodia's growth; Spotlight on China; global passenger demand and more.

Our top five stories on Routes Weekly this week - subscribe here:

1. Why Korean Air is returning to Boston
Boston has secured a non-stop route to its largest unserved city in Asia, representing one of the first additions to the newly launched transpacific joint venture between Korean Air and Delta Air Lines. Read more

2. The low-cost influence on Moldova's skies
As the government of Moldova looks to privatise its national airline, Routesonline examines the Eastern European country’s expanding market and the growing influence of low-cost carriers.  Read more

3. New airline entrants fuel Cambodia's growth 
As KC International Airlines becomes the latest entrant to Cambodia’s market, Routesonline looks at the country’s strong growth in recent years. Read more

4. Industry insight: Spotlight on China 
With World Routes 2018 taking place in Guangzhou, we’ve analysed China's aviation market, examining the facts and figures behind its phenomenal growth. Read more

5. Passenger demand grows but IATA warns of 'global trade war shadow'
The first half of 2018 concluded with another month of above-trend global passenger traffic demand, according to figures released by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), but the organisation warned that growth could be stifled in the coming months. Read more

PLUS:
Bulletin board: aviation industry news round-up
Leading carriers sign up for World Routes 2018
Airline in focus: easyJet
VLM Airlines suspends all but two routes


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