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Money Talks: Singapore Airlines offers ultra-luxury suites

The year end is peak season for air travel around the world. The Asia-Pacific airline industry hopes to ride that wave and is expected to see profits grow by more than 8% to $9 billion in 2018. Some, including Singapore Airlines, plan to boost earnings by adding a touch of glitz to their planes. Sandy Huang takes a closer look and TRT World Correspondent Joseph Hayat brings his analysis on the aviation industry.

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