More western travel brands are turning to SE Asia for growth while western Europe and other traditional destinations are on the down swing.
Air France is making Singapore its key travel hub in Southeast Asia and the Pacific.
The European carrier remains upbeat about its growth prospects in this region, despite dwindling domestic demand on long-haul routes and has just added the Air Bus A380 to its daily Paris-Singapore route.
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