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IPOH: China’s National Month celebration in October is among the reasons for the delay of the inaugural chartered flight service from the Sultan Azlan Shah Airport here to Guangzhou.
Timika: The bodies of four passengers on an Indonesian cargo plane that went missing in the jungles of Papua a week ago have been recovered, the search and rescue agency said.
FRANKFURT: Frankfurt-based airline Condor’s request for emergency financing was granted by the German government in a bid to get the tourist carrier through the winter after the demise of U.K. parent Thomas Cook Group Plc.
NEW YORK/SINGAPORE : Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and US President Donald Trump renewed a key defence pact which allows American forces to use Singapore’s air and naval bases, extending it by another 15 years to 2035.
Jakarta: Indonesian forest fires are putting nearly 10 million children at risk from air pollution, the United Nations warned, as scientists said the blazes were releasing vast amounts of greenhouse gases.
MIRI: Drinking water supply in dozens of densely populated settlements in interior northern Sarawak has dwindled to critically-low levels.
PETALING JAYA: A Malaysian that had one too many drinks on board an airplane has been detained in the United States after fighting with passengers and flight attendants.
MONTREAL (Reuters) - International airlines are counting on a global carbon offsetting plan to cap CO2 emissions from air travel at 2020 levels, mitigating the environmental impact of flying even as passenger traffic is forecast to grow.
Booking a vacation used to mean selecting a package holiday from the catalogue of a big tour operator, but with the advent of the Internet consumers now have more options, a luxury that big travel operators have had difficulty adapting to as the collapse of Thomas Cook shows.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's military complained on Tuesday that if it displayed new weapons at next week's huge military parade in Beijing it would be seen as a "show of force", and if it didn't then it would be blamed for a lack of transparency.