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Malaysia Airlines

Who is passenger 84?

With speculations over a possible terrorist attack on flight MH370 unfolding, questions arise why in the first passenger list -  leaked from Chinese airport...
Terrorist attack possible in missing flight MH370

Authorities searching for the lost Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 did not rule out terrorism on March 9 in the plane’s sudden and stunning disappearance...
Malaysia PM says no trace of missing plane

Malaysia's Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak at a press conference at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in the late afternoon of March 8 confirmed...
Massive search for flight MH370 – see passenger list

A massive search and rescue mission has been mobilised by Malaysian and international authorities following the disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines plane en route...
Malaysia Airlines plane crashes into Gulf of Thailand

The Vietnamese Navy confirmed on March 8 that Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing crashed into the Gulf...
Viking Air to expand in Southeast Asia

Canada's manufacturer of the iconic Twin Otter aircraft, Viking Air, seeks to expand further in Southeast Asia as regional countries respond to a requirement...
Malaysia seeks more visitors from Middle East

Tourism Malaysia has started different programmes to attract visitors from the region for its big celebration, the Visit Malaysia Year (VMY) 2014 in the...
Malaysia Airports eyes projects in Middle East, ASEAN

Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) is keen to bid for new airport projects in the Middle East, Myanmar and the Philippines, said its CFO...
Malaysia Airports shows confidence

Exclusive interview with Tan Sri Bashir Ahmad, head of MAHB
More than just connecting people

Chat with Ignatius Ong, CEO of Malaysia's regional airline Firefly
Malaysian Airlines expands routes, capacity

Malaysian Airline System Bhd (MAS) is expanding its capacity and increasing its frequency to regional spots and new international destinations with more flights to...
Still many unemployed pilots in Malaysia

There is not much movement in the labour market for pilots in Malaysia despite a rapid growth of low-budget airlines. The number of unemployed...
AirAsia, Malaysia Airlines fined for price fixing

Low-cost airline AirAsia and Malaysia's national carrier Malaysia Airlines have been found guilty of price fixing on certain routes from August 2001 to April...
Malaysia Airlines stocks on rollercoaster ride

Shares of Malaysia Airline Systems (MAS), Malaysia's national carrier, spiked on August 19, hitting a high of 0.40 ringgit as news circulated of a...
How Southeast Asia’s wealthy like to fly

The battle for low-budget passengers is only one side of Asia's thriving air travel business. Airlines are increasingly targeting the wealthy and are beefing...
Qatar Airways’ expansion in Southeast Asia to pay off

Qatar Airways managed to tap the expanding air travel industry with targeted network extensions at a time when many other global long-haul carriers are suffering from exploding overhead costs and cuts in business travel budgets.
Singapore Airlines to cut routes

Singapore Airlines, reporting weaker-than-expected full-year results on May 16, warned of a deteriorating environment as it struggles to cope with the rapid emergence of...
Philippines’ Petron provoking Petronas

Petron Corporation, the largest oil refining and marketing corporation in the Philippines, is teasing Malaysia's oil giant Petronas with a confusable rebranding of Malaysian gas stations it acquired from ExxonMobil in 2012.