ASEAN Open Skies and the Implications for Airport Development Strategy in Malaysia
â€œOpen Skies,â€ in general, refers to the liberalization of aviation markets that can be pursued on a bilateral, regional, or multilateral basis. At the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) level, liberalization of airfreight and passenger services is targeted by December 2008. This paper seeks to examine the implication of open skies in ASEAN on the airport development strategy in Malaysia. [ADBI Working Paper 119]
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