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Offering full refunds for cancelled flight tickets should be a convention among airlines, says the Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (Matta).
SYDNEY: Qantas Airways Ltd laid out an ambitious plan to resume almost all international flights from late October, betting that vaccine rollouts will help revive the world’s shattered travel industry.
Travel restrictions to be eased as mass vaccinations in Northern Hemisphere expected in April: Chinese scientists
BEIJING (Global Times): As the numbers of Covid-19 cases across the globe have dropped for a fifth consecutive week in 2021, Chinese scientists interpret the encouraging signs, including the worst-hit UK rolling out plans to lift the lockdown, as a possible "tapering-off" of the pandemic that would likely relax global travel restrictions as early as in April this year.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Inconsistencies in the Iran government's explanation of the shooting down of a Ukrainian passenger plane last year raise questions over whether it was intentional, an independent U.N. investigator said on Tuesday, but she had found no concrete evidence that it was.
IT’S never helpful for the aviation community when fiery debris falls from the sky onto a large US city. But some perspective is warranted on this weekend’s incident involving a United Airlines Holdings Inc-operated Boeing Co 777 jet.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Aviation Commission (Mavcom) said airlines ought to make full refunds of flight tickets cancelled because of Covid-19 restrictions.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia Aviation Group (MAG), the parent company of Malaysia Airlines, will now be able to realise its restructuring plan for the national carrier, with the UK court approval for a scheme of arrangement with its creditors.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Aviation Group (MAG) has completed its recapitalisation following the go-ahead given to MAG’s leasing entity, MAB Leasing Ltd, and the majority of MAG’s aircraft operating lessors.
BANGKOK, Feb 22 (Bloomberg): Thailand extended a state of emergency until the end of March and ordered easing of some Covid-19 containment measures as authorities prepared to start a vaccination drive as early as next week.