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THE number of first time air travellers in Asia-Pacific is set to rise, and this has brightened the prospects of Boeing Commercial Airplanes which is keen to sell more jetliners in this region.
The platinum card has superseded the gold as I>the/Icard to have if you are posh and loaded. It is a sign of wealth, with credit limit depending on the financial status of each applicant. But you can be sure even that will be more than the average gold card.
Victoria's Great Ocean Road is known throughout the world. However, would-be kamikaze pilots have another, lesser-known road to try. The Great Alpine Road, running from Wangaratta to Bairnsdale, is at least asscenic as its better-known cousin, writes GRAHAM SIMMONS.
THE sharp fall in crude oil prices in New York cleared the way for further recovery by airline stocks, which have rebounded substantially from the year's lows.
The air cargo industry is set to go paperless after the Government approved the implementation of the Montreal Protocol No 4 of 1999, said Transport Minister Datuk Seri Chan Kong Choy.
MALAYSIA Airlines Cargo Sdn Bhd (MASkargo) will handle Shanghai bound shipment of Phantom of the Opera#039;s theatre equipment by sea from Cape Town, South Africa.
The Transport Ministry is waiting for Malaysia Airlines and AirAsia to inform it of the outcome of negotiations to work out a cooperation arrangement, said Minister Datuk Seri Chan Kong Choy.
'EXPECT the best and be surprised even more. Enjoy luxury and privacy at 39,000 feet. Enjoy a private dinner for two, or even sleep your way to your destination on the British-designed lie-flat seat. Fly Malaysia Airlines for an exciting new experience.'
MALAYSIA Airlines (MAS) turned in a sterling set of results for the half-year ending Sept 30, with net profit rising by 350% from a year ago to RM159.3mil on stronger passenger growth and continued expansion of cargo operations.
MALAYSIA Airlines (MAS) is on a drive to refresh its fleet to meet growing competition. With new aircraft it can dispose of some of the older ones. For that it could reap gains of about RM760mil over a few years.