SYDNEY, 23 August 2019: Profit slipped 17% for the Qantas Group during the fiscal year ending 30 June mainly impacted by an AUD614 million increase in fuel costs. Despite the decline, the airline still reported an AUD1.30...
BANGKOK, 23 August 2019: Thai Airways International is warning passengers to leave their old generation Macbook Pro laptops at home. THAI is banning the older generation of the 15-inch MacBook Pro laptops supplied by...
SINGAPORE, 21 August 2019: Vietjet has announced two new direct routes from Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi to New Delhi in India. To celebrate the new routes, the budget airline is offering thousands of promotional...
FRANKFURT, 21 August 2019: Brazilian airline Ocean Air Linhas Aéreas, headquartered in São Paulo and formerly doing business as Avianca Brasil, will formally leave Star Alliance as of 1 September. Ocean Air's withdrawal follows several months of...
SEPANG, 21 August 2019: AirAsia X Malaysia CEO Benyamin Ismail announced Tuesday a new direct service between Kuala Lumpur and Tokyo – Narita, that will start 20 November. Benyamin said on his Instagram...
SEPANG, 20 August 2019: AirAsia announced Monday it will start flying direct from Kuala Lumpur to Belitung Island off the east coast of Sumatra, Indonesia. AirAsia will fly four times weekly as of 2...
SEPANG, 17 August 2019: AirAsia will remove processing fees for Malaysia for bookings made from 1 October to keep air travel affordable for all. Starting with Malaysia, AirAsia will subsequently remove processing fees for Thailand, Indonesia and...
SYDNEY, 19 August 2019: Travelport reports it handled the first bookings last week for Qantas’ as the airline rolls out retailing through IATA’s New Distribution Capability (NDC) standard. The bookings are being made...
SINGAPORE, 19 August 2019: Vietjet has been named one of Forbes’ Vietnam’s Best 50 Listed Companies. This is the third consecutive year that Vietjet has been included in Forbes’ “50 Best” List since it was...
BANGKOK, 16 August 2019: Asia Aviation Plc, the majority shareholder of Thai AirAsia  (TAA), declared a slim net profit of THB15 million for the first half of 2019. It reported total revenue reached THB21,638 million.