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BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, July 7 (The Borneo Bulletin/ANN): Two hundred and fifty Indonesians returned home on Sunday, on board a special flight by national carrier Royal Brunei Airlines (RB).
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airlines Bhd is chasing against time to come up with a strategic plan to turn around its financial performance which was further impacted by the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand said on Tuesday its national airline will not take new bookings for three weeks as the country looks to limit the number of citizens returning home to reduce the burden on overflowing quarantine facilities.
KUALA LUMPUR: AmInvestment Research expects the recovery in the air travel industry to be bumpy given the uncertainties surrounding the reopening of borders and urgent need for airlines to recapitalise their balance sheets on the massive losses they have suffered amidst a collapse in air travel since the pandemic.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland will judge whether to ease quarantine restrictions on people traveling from abroad from July 20 on the amount of new COVID-19 cases, the trend and the quality of testing and tracing in qualifying countries, the government said on Monday.
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SYDNEY: Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd said it was evaluating whether to send some of its aircraft to less humid locations for storage as it reviews the size of its fleet in light of the fall in demand due to the pandemic.
HANOI, July 6 (Bernama) : Around 310 Vietnamese citizens were brought home from Malaysia on Sunday, Vietnam News Agency (VNA) reported on Monday.
MANILA, July 5 (Reuters): The Philippines reported its biggest single-day jump in new coronavirus cases on Sunday, adding 2,434 confirmed infections and taking the total count to 44,254, the health ministry said.
BEIJING, July 5 (China Daily/ANN): Domestic airlines in China rolled out ticket discount packages under the banner of "fly at will" one after another recently, in the hope of recouping money and boosting consumption affected by Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.