Kuala Lumpur

AirAsia challenges the view that we don’t fly because we enjoy the food with opening of aeroplane food restaurant in Kuala Lumpur

It is often said that we don’t fly to enjoy the food, but many airlines still invest heavily in their onboard product to try and

Oyo and Jin Jiang lead in the Asia Pacific hotel space, which has faced a tough third quarter in 2019

Oyo Hotels & Homes represents the largest hotel supply count in the Asia Pacific region, while Jin Jiang International leads in number of rooms in

AirAsia’s Tony Fernandes again laments the lack of low-cost terminals in Malaysia; points to Japan for inspiration

The AirAsia Group CEO Tony Fernandes said recently that it is “absurd” that while LCCs are dominant in Malaysia’s aviation market, the country does not

Malaysia’s Malindo resumes expansion with Sydney, Varanasi services and new Brunei base

Malindo Air is resuming expansion in 3Q2019 following a two-year hiatus in which it has shrunk capacity. Lion Group’s Malaysian affiliate is growing its international

Seletar reopens to airlines and offers new alternative for the busy Singapore-Kuala Lumpur market

Singapore’s Seletar airport has finally reopened to commercial services with the launch of flights from Malaysia Airlines regional subsidiary Firefly. The new Seletar-Subang route provides

Malaysia Airports may focus more on its home market after gaining 35 year extension to operate 39 Malaysian airports

Malaysia’s government has extended the rights of Malaysia Airports Holdings (MAHB) to operate, manage and maintain 39 airports and short take off and landing airports

Malaysia Airlines increases its Melbourne flights following AirAsia X’s move to Avalon 

Malaysia Airlines is increasing capacity to Melbourne Tullamarine this winter in an apparent response to rising demand following rival AirAsia X’s move to Melbourne Avalon

Malindo grows further in Australia with new Adelaide service

Lion Group’s Malindo Air is pursuing further expansion in the Australian market next month as Adelaide becomes its fourth destination. Malindo has expanded rapidly in

Thai AirAsia X enters Australia market with Brisbane-Bangkok service. Is Avalon next?

AirAsia has selected Brisbane-Bangkok as its first route connecting Australia and Thailand, a surprise move given the LCC group does not currently have any services

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