Recent and archived articles by B K Sidhu
Reflections - By B K Sidhu. United Airlines seems to have landed itself in a lot more trouble after it forcibly removed 69-year-old David Dao from its aircraft to make room for its own employee who needed the seat.
WHEN you cannot take a flight for some reason or the other, or have to cancel one prior to the departure date, you can ask for a refund of the airport taxes.
SPORTS sponsorship, specifically in football, is vogue among airlines.
IT was a massive cut that not many had expected, as eventually, Malaysia Airlines (MAS) would have laid off more than half of its workforce despite it having been done in stages.
BY the stroke of midnight on Merdeka day, Malaysia Airlines Bhd (MAB) takes over as the country’s new national carrier.
AirAsia X to fly to London and new destinations in Japan, Mideast
PETALING JAYA: Business and engineering students listed Bank Negara and Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) as their ideal employers to work with once they graduate in a survey conducted by employer branding company Universum.
IT comes as no surprise that all the chieftains of the big telecommunications companies (telcos) seem to be supportive of the Government’s call to bring down broadband rates.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) signed an agreement yesterday to sell its entire 10% stake in India’s Delhi International Airport for a US$21.7mil (RM79.44mil) cash gain.
PETALING JAYA: Shares of loss-making, medium-haul low-cost carrier AirAsia X Bhd (AAX) will be suspended from trading today amid speculation that there will be a cash call and an overhaul of its management.