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Ramco wins Malaysia Airlines deal

Malaysia Airlines has chosen Chennai-based Ramco Systems’ Aviation Suite 5.7 to replace all its existing aging critical enterprise-wide engineering solutions.


You can now WhatsApp Malaysia Airlines to check your flight details

Malaysia Airlines Bhd (MAB) customers can now contact the national airline on WhatsApp to check their flight status or booking confirmation.


US company puts crowdsourcing to work in search for Malaysian jet

A Colorado-based company has put "crowdsourcing" to work in the search for a missing Malaysia Airlines jet, enlisting Internet users to comb through satellite images of more than 1,200 square miles (3,200 square km) of open seas for any signs of wreckage, the company said on Tuesday.


Singapore Airlines apologises for 'insensitive' MH17 post

Singapore Airlines (SIA) has apologised for posting an "insensitive" comment on social media about the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 crash in crisis-stricken eastern Ukraine.


Satellite tracking could prevent airliner disappearances, developers say

Two US companies have developed an airline tracking system that they say would prevent planes disappearing in the manner of the Malaysia Airlines MH370.


MAS introduces iPad-equipped kiosks

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: Malaysia Airlines is embarking on a six-month pilot project with the launch of the self-service iPad MHkiosk at its KL Sentral ticketing office here.


East Malaysians embracing e-commerce

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: Six out of 10 East Malaysians are booking their Malaysia Airlines tickets online, said Amin Khan, senior general manager of commercial strategy for MAS.


Cybercriminals exploit MH17 tragedy

Just hours after Malaysia Airlines tweeted that it had lost control of MH17 from Amsterdam, Internet security company Trendlabs came across some suspicious tweets written in Indonesian.


Faster WiFi on flights leads to battle in the sky

WiFi in the sky is taking off, promising much better connections for travellers and a bonanza for the companies that sell the systems.