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BANGKOK: Thai AirAsia Co Ltd (TAA) is considering to merge with another low-cost carrier to clamp down on pricing wars as the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has severely impacted the aviation sector.
With some destinations reopening for tourism, travel operators are adapting to the idea of 'sanitised travel' to keep travellers and tourism workers safe throughout a journey amid Covid-19.
For RM25, Malaysians can purchase PPE kits sewn by low-income women, as a gift for Covid-19 frontliners.
The upcoming collection of T-shirts, designed in collaboration between American singer Billie Eilish and Japanese artist Takashi Murakami, highlights the difference between two creative worlds.
HONG KONG (AFP): Hopes for a vaccine to treat coronavirus and a further easing of lockdown measures around the world spurred a rally on Asian markets Tuesday (May 19) as investors tracked a surge across Europe and Wall Street.
PUTRAJAYA: Immigration will revoke its facilities for foreign spouses of Malaysian citizens who refuse to settle their bills after undergoing compulsory quarantine, says Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
PETALING JAYA: There is demand destruction in some segments of the transportation and logistics industry due to the Covid-19 pandemic, says AmInvestment Research.
AirAsia’s charity drive, Give With Ikhlas, teams up with ST Rosyam Mart to provide help to Professional Film Workers’ Association of Malaysia (Profima) and Pertubuhan Khairat Anak Seni Malaysia (Perkhas).
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The country’s airlines are in dire need of financial stimulus to withstand the Covid-19-induced crisis, amid a sharp revenue decline and looming deadlines for short-term liabilities, the Indonesian National Air Carrier Association (INACA) has said.
Full capacity allowed for flights to Sabah, S'wak as state govts will impose quarantine, says Ismail Sabri
PUTRAJAYA: There are two separate standard operating procedures for flights now, with those flying to Sabah and Sarawak allowed to fly at full capacity, as passengers who disembark will have to undergo compulsory quarantine as directed by the state governments.