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TAIPEI: Taiwan's Far Eastern Air Transport (FAT) airline has announced that it was ceasing all international and domestic flights from Friday (DEc 13) after falling a million US dollars short in loan repayments to banks.
JAKARTA (ANN): Construction of the new Soekarno-Hatta International Airport II in Karawang, West Java, is expected to commence in 2028, according to the local administration.
NEW YORK: Wall Street's main stock indexes ended slightly lower on Tuesday, though not far from record highs, as investors awaited concrete news on whether a new round of U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods would take effect on Dec. 15, a potential turning point in a trade dispute between the world's two largest economies that has convulsed markets.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - From award shows to magazine covers, it can often feel as though Megan Rapinoe is everywhere - and soon, that might include rallies for Democratic presidential candidates.
NEW YORK: Shares of Airbus SE handily pulled ahead of rival Boeing Co this year after a pair of fatal 737 Max plane crashes led to the grounding of the US model’s entire fleet.
BEIJING: Hong Kong Airlines Ltd. averted becoming the first carrier to collapse in the city in more than a decade after the local licensing authority said it won’t take further action against the embattled company on certain conditions.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said her country would provide four more planes to NATO after holding "positive" talks with U.S. President Trump at an alliance summit in London on Wednesday.
Hong Kong: Embattled Hong Kong Airlines said it has drawn up an initial plan for a cash injection and will pay staff who had their salaries deferred after regulators threatened to revoke its licence unless the company improves its finances.
HONG KONG: Embattled Hong Kong Airlines said it has drawn up an initial plan for a cash injection and will pay staff who had their salaries deferred after regulators threatened to revoke its license unless the company improves its finances.
TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisia's designated prime minister Habib Jemli expects to pull together a new coalition government next week after an election in October produced a fractured parliament.