For many Asia-Pacific airlines, variety is the key to combating the increasing number of challengers from across the business-model spectrum. Japan Airlines (JAL) is the latest example of a carrier establishing a new unit to experiment with an alternative approach to competition. Several major airline groups in the region have branched out with multiple business models. Among these, Qantas operates the Australia-based low-cost carrier (LCC) Jetstar; Korean Air has the Jin Air low-cost ...

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