As Skymark continues to cut routes, one wonders if the airline can survive much longer, but as mentioned previously, at least management are trying to cut back to the profitable routes alone to save the business and re-build, something that Kingfisher Airlines never bothered to do until it was far too late. We mentioned that Skymark’s business plan was rather much like that of Kingfisher in 2012.  I still hope to be proved wrong. But as we watch Skymark reduce in size to save itself, we must consider the benefits to this contraction that AirAsia Japan will be able to

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