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Asia/Singapore Friday, 23rd February 2024
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Bamboo Airways suspends international services

Troubled Vietnamese carrier, Bamboo Airways, announced on October 28 its decision to suspend services on 10 international routes as it undergoes restructuring. The move affects...

Starlux takes delivery of first A330neo

Taipei-headquartered Starlux Airlines has taken delivery of its first A330neo B-58301 in France – the first of eight that will be leased as the...

Wheels up: liberalisation the way forward for ASEAN aviation recovery

Associate professor Volodymyr Bilotkach from the air transport management programme at Singapore Institute of Technology, discusses the impacts of the ASEAN Open Skies Agreement on international air traffic movements, and how the aviation players in South-east Asia need to rethink their strategies for a sustainable post-pandemic recovery

Air travel demand in APAC remain suppressed: AAPA

Ongoing tight border restrictions continue to suppress international air passenger demand in the Asia-Pacific region in June, according to preliminary traffic figures released by...

APAC airline traffic remains dismal in April: AAPA

International passenger demand continued to linger at the significantly depressed volumes seen since April 2020, according to preliminary traffic figures released by the Association...

Runway to a smart, sustainable and safe restart

The airline industry may be bruised and battered but it continues to perform a crucial role in salvation efforts throughout the pandemic. It needs to now heal itself, and a host of conditions must be in place for recovery to happen. Subhas Menon, director general, Association of Asia Pacific Airlines, reviews what's needed.

Hong Kong Airlines grows flight resumption to Japan

On the heel of its service resumption to Tokyo in December, Hong Kong Airlines has this month returned to Osaka and added a Sunday...

Asian airlines enjoy runway success with new, creative ventures

As the fate of international tourism worldwide remains up in the air, Asian airlines have been spreading their wings into new revenue sources in a desperate bid to stay afloat.

Elusive airfare refunds strain Philippine agents

Philippine travel agents are finding their current financial strain exacerbated by domestic airlines' continued refusal to refund unfulfilled air tickets, revealed speakers at a...

Thailand extends financial relief for affected airlines

Thailand's second-stage airline relief will include indefinite waivers of parking fees as well as discounted takeoff/landing fees for all airlines operating on Thai soil. The...

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