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SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines launched its first US dollar bond yesterday to help fund the purchase of new aircraft, according to a term sheet seen by Reuters.
KUALA LUMPUR: The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has renewed the industry’s call on governments to deploy more flexible policies to safely reopen borders using testing rather than to rely on quarantine measures
AIRASIA X Bhd (AAX), Malaysia’s long-haul low-cost carrier, is perhaps, seen as the first victim of the Covid-19 pandemic when it called upon a restructuring scheme to resurrect the airline back to life after being hard hit by lockdowns and consumer demand that just evaporated overnight.
NEW DELHI: The Indian government said on Twitter it has received multiple bids for its stake in state-run carrier Air India, the auction for which ended on Monday evening.
MUMBAI: Ratan Tata is no stranger to flying. As a 17-year-old, the patriarch of India’s biggest conglomerate once landed a plane that had lost its sole engine mid-flight. He’s also piloted the supersonic F-16 fighter jet.
SINGAPORE: Thailand shares climbed nearly 2% to hit their highest in more than five months on Monday, leading broader gains in emerging Asian stock markets, while Singapore stocks were lifted by better-than-expected third-quarter GDP numbers.
Hong Kong: Asian airlines rallied as hopes the world could begin to return to normal were boosted by news that another vaccine candidate appeared to be effective against the coronavirus.