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MALAYSIA Airlines (MAS) is keeping its options open in offering a regional low-cost air service since the number of low-cost carriers are increasing and this can pose a potential threat to the full-fledged carrier's business on lucrative regional routes, MAS managing director Datuk Ahmad Fuaad Dahalan told I>StarBiz./I>.
DO four airlines make a crowd? The announcement by Australia's Qantas Airways on Tuesday that it planned to establish a regional budget airline in Singapore - making it the fourth aspiring start-up there in less than a year - has left fellow-contender AirAsia stirred up, but decidedly not shaken.
AIRASIA Sdn Bhd#039;s proposed initial public offering (IPO) will help further cut its current low operating cost of 25 US cents per ASK or average seat kilometre, said its executive director, Kamarudin Meranun.
MALAYSIA's smaller airlines, AirAsia and Transmile, could be the main beneficiaries from the signing last Friday of an air services agreement between Malaysia and Hong Kong that removes restrictions on the number of flights that can be operated between the two countries.