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Asia’s Gateways Blossom

The world’s fastest-growing aviation market is driving major airport projects throughout the region 

Once upon a time, seemingly not all that long ago, Tokyo Narita was the business fliers’ linchpin as far as Asian connections were concerned. Things have changed. Although both Narita and Haneda International are still important, the news out of NRT has been comparatively quiet of late, this as HND plays a changing role on the transpacific scene.

However, new aircraft technology is enabling so-called ‘long thin’ routes to a greater number of destinations, bypassing traditional Asia Pacific stopover points. In addition the region’s rapid economic growth is mirrored in the flourishing passenger count, prompting some nations to do more than just keep up.

Here are five of Asia’s primary hubs – four currently in operation and one in the offing – that have planned well beyond the current numbers, carving out their place as vital destinations in the world’s aviation network.

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