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Asia/Singapore Thursday, 30th June 2022
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Malindo Air is now Batik Air

Malaysian-based regional airline, Malindo Air, has been rebranded as Batik Air and will commence business under the new identity on April 28. The rebranding exercise...

Emirates ramps up global operations

In a bid to rebuild its global network to meet growing travel demand, Emirates will restart operations to Bali, London Stansted, Rio de Janeiro...

Asia-Pacific will need over 17,600 new aircraft by 2040: Airbus

Airbus International has projected a need for 17,620 new aircraft across Asia-Pacific as passenger traffic continues its growth of 5.3 per cent per annum...

Vietnam to dismantle Covid international flight restrictions

Vietnam will remove pandemic restrictions on international passenger flights from all markets starting February 15, with the intention to restore flight frequency to pre-pandemic...

Emirates, Maldivian to grow connectivity and partnership opportunities

Emirates and Maldivian have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to explore codeshare, interline, and joint holiday package opportunities. The two carriers are reviewing a...

HK agents find Air India’s retraction of FOP surprise too little,...

Air India in Hong Kong has withdrawn its January 11 verbal instruction to ticketing agents that only the American Express credit card will be...

Lufthansa Group ramps up APAC operations, banks on organisational transformation in...

Despite Asia-Pacific’s cautious approach to travel and tourism resumption relative to Europe and the US, Lufthansa Group continues to regard the region as an...

Sabre debuts personalised retailing suite for airlines

Sabre Corporation has released the first two products in the company’s Retail Intelligence suite – Sabre Air Price IQ and Sabre Ancillary IQ for...

TTG Conversations: Five Questions with Brendan Sobie, Sobie Aviation

Airlines have responded to border reopening decisions across Asia-Pacific with ramped up operations, although pace of reinstating capacity and routes has differed based on...

Challenges on the horizon

Automation, efficiency, and simplicity will define a decade of air travel, and the air transport industry must act now to avoid a congestion crisis, warns Sumesh Patel, president APAC, SITA.

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