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Japan Airlines to set up low-cost carrier, targeting Asian demand

TOKYO: Japan Airlines Co Ltd (JAL) is launching a low-cost carrier offering medium to long-haul flights, aiming to tap growing Asian demand for budget air travel.


Price caps may put pricing pressure on local airlines

PETALING JAYA: Locally-based airlines may feel pricing pressures should new regulations to impose price caps on air tickets be approved by the government.


AirAsia soars on dividend boost

Expectation of a bumper payout propels its stock to an all-time high

Analyst Reports

Affin Hwang upgrades AirAsia to buy with target price of RM5.20

KUALA LUMPUR: Affin Hwang Capital Research upgraded AirAsia Bhd to buy with a raised target price of RM5.20, based on 12x FY18E price-earnings.


Trading ideas: Daya Materials, AirAsia, Green Ocean, TNB

KUALA LUMPUR: Daya Materials Bhd. AirAsia Bhd, Green Ocean Corp Bhd and Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) are among the stocks to watch on Friday, according to JF Apex Research.


Bumper dividend from AirAsia to shareholders from leasing arm sale

PETALING JAYA: The dust has not settled on the disposal of budget carrier AirAsia Bhd’s leasing unit Asia Aviation Capital Ltd (AAC) to BBAM Ltd Partnership for US$1.18bil (RM4.619bil), but analysts are already speculating a windfall for shareholders as huge as 60 sen to 70 sen a share.


AirAsia jumps to record high on aircraft leasing sale, dividend expected

KUALA LUMPUR: Shares of AirAsia jumped to a record high of RM4.63 in the afternoon session on Thursday as investors chased the stock in anticipation of dividends from the sale of its aircraft leasing operations for RM4.62bil.


AirAsia sees net gains of RM967m from sale of aircraft leasing ops for RM4.62bil

KUALA LUMPUR: AirAsia Bhd is selling its aircraft leasing operations to BBAM Ltd Partnership for US$1.185bil (RM4.619bil) under its strategy of disposing non-core assets and businesses and focus on its core operations.


AirAsia Q4 earnings fall, but Fernandes optimistic of future

PETALING JAYA: AirAsia Bhd’s net profit for its fourth quarter ended Dec 31, 2017 dropped 30% to RM372.65mil from RM465.32mil in the previous corresponding period, as its gain during the quarter was partially offset by current and deferred taxation charges of RM140mil.


Bidding for AirAsia’s leasing arm in last lap

SEPANG: The bidding for budget carrier AirAsia Bhd’s leasing arm is in its final stages, with group chief executive officer (CEO) Tan Sri Tony Fernandes hoping that the sale can be completed soon.