ANALYSIS: TransAsia's hybrid theory

Two fatal turboprop crashes in the space of seven months between 2014 and 2015 have however thrown a spanner in the works, with 2016 proving to be a year of difficult decisions. On 20 June, the full-service carrier announced that it will cut all four A330s from its fleet by the end of 2016, and pursue what it calls a "hybrid" business model.

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