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KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian aviation industry stands to lose RM4.4bil this year if the aviation authorities in China, Japan and South Korea bar Malaysian-based airlines from introducing new routes following the downgrading of Malaysia’s aviation safety rating in November last year.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian aviation industry stands to lose RM4.4bil this year if the aviation authorities in China, Japan and South Korea bar Malaysian airlines from introducing new routes following the downgrading of Malaysia’s aviation safety rating in November last year.
DOHA: The shooting down of a Ukrainian airliner near Tehran has given new urgency to efforts to develop a shared conflict alert system for airlines, the head of the world's biggest airline body said on Wednesday.
MONTREAL/KUALA LUMPUR/PARIS: Why was the Ukrainian airliner mistakenly shot down near Tehran by Iranian forces last week for the loss of 176 lives even allowed to take off from a country that had just fired missiles towards its neighbour? And why didn't the airline just delay or cancel the flight?
KUALA LUMPUR: The year saw the country’s aviation sector square up to a string of challenges such as overcapacity in the region, rising cost, air-safety rating downgrade, airport system malfunction coupled with slower economic growth and volatile foreign exchange rate.
MONTREAL/HONG KONG: South Korea and Japan are setting aside historical grievances to redraw responsibilities for air traffic control over the East China Sea following recent near misses, sources told Reuters
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysia aims to start producing palm oil-based biojet fuel within five years and is in talks with several potential partners about setting up a plant, the head of the industry's marketing board said on Wednesday.
The first salvo from the impact of the downgrade on Malaysia by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has been fired by American Airlines (AA).
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia was on the verge of a downgrade by the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in mid-2003, but a quick rectification of problems prevented a full downgrade to Category 2 (Cat 2).