Consolidation ahead at Asia Pacific airlines?

Hong Kong, Dec. 13 -- Come January 1, airlines worldwide will be breathing sighs of relief, glad to say goodbye to a year of operating miserably. The tragedy of 9/11, the onset of Severe Acute Respira... Read More

AFI KLM E&M and Sabena Technics Singapore joint venture signs regional partner

Hong Kong, Dec. 13 -- Singapore Component Solutions (SCS) and Hutchinson have agreed to a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to develop the component repair business in the Asia-Pacific. Jointly owned... Read More

Global lessor selects Recaro's SPRINT solution for single aisle aircraft

Hong Kong, Dec. 13 -- Avolon has agreed to acquire 20 shipsets of Recaro's SPRINT seat for 15 A320s and five 737NGs with deliveries scheduled to June 30 next year. The SPRINT program was launched in ... Read More

Sabre wins business of new Korean LCC

Hong Kong, Dec. 13 -- Ambitious LCC, Fly Gangwon, which made its inaugural flight in 2019 and is focused on developing the tourism market of coastal Gangwon, has chosen Sabre Corporation as its global... Read More

Vistara deepens regional ties with Singapore Airlines

Hong Kong, Dec. 13 -- The Singapore Airlines Group continues apace with seizing opportunities to improve profits with a Cooperation Framework Agreement signed with India-based Vistara. The Singapore ... Read More

Fighting words from IATA director general-designate in acceptance speech

Hong Kong, Dec. 13 -- Willie Walsh, 59, gave the industry a clear indication of his state of mind when it came to governments and their treatment of aviation in a speech at the International Air Trans... Read More

All Nippon Airways joins study to convert CO2 gases to low-emissions aviation fuel

Hong Kong, Dec. 13 -- Six leading Japanese companies will jointly review recycling methods for reuse of CO2 from sources, including exhaust gases, to sustainable aviation fuels (SAF). Among other com... Read More

Qantas boss offers aviation policy reset for the post pandemic era

Hong Kong, Dec. 13 -- Policy shifts in industrial relations, aviation regulation and Australia's response to climate change are necessary to take aviation forward, Qantas Group CEO, Alan Joyce said la... Read More

MAX's long climb into the region's skies

Hong Kong, Dec. 13 -- The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) may have given the 737 MAX the green light to re-enter commercial service, but the type has to overcome several more hurdles in Asi... Read More

Fitter for future from facing COVID-19 challenges, says SIA

Hong Kong, Dec. 13 -- Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group may have reported its biggest ever quarterly loss last month, a net deficit of $1.7 billion, but CEO, Goh Choon Phong, did not show any signs of be... Read More