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AirAsia will add a second daily Singapore-Bangkok flight service due to strong demand since launching the route less than a month ago, said the Malaysian low-cost carrier.
NEWS of Temasek Holdings' purchase of a 5% stake in Telekom Malaysia Bhd sparked strong buying of telecoms and banking shares along with selected blue chips, sending the benchmark KLSE Composite Index (CI) closer to the 900-point level as a result.
For less than the price of apair of Levi's, you canchoose to fly to Singapore,Kuching, Langkawi orKota Kinabalu. LEE SIEWPENG examines how suchflights of fancy are takingoff.
A PLAN currently being drawn up to lift restrictions on the number of flights airlines can operate between Asean capital cities by 2008 will be a boon for passengers who are likely to enjoy even cheaper fares.
MALAYSIA'S aviation industry never had it so good. In its darkest years, the industry comprised a single airline and had suffered heavy losses.
MALAYSIA Airlines (MAS) shares soared yesterday after it reported on Tuesday a near-tripling of operating profit to RM146.3mil for its fiscal third quarter ended Dec 31, 2002, beating most analysts' forecasts.
IN a change of heart, Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is now studying whether or not to operate ultra-long-haul aircraft to battle fierce competition from rivals like Emirates Airlines and Singapore Airlines (SIA) which are pioneering new, non-stop long-haul services.