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Malaysia’s national carrier has been hit by misfortune but economic factors and competition are making things even harder.
Recent economic turmoil and the commodities crisis have not cause China to shy away from its ambitious plans to grow its airlines domestically
Once hailed as one of the world’s fastest growing markets, Myanmar’s aviation sector is suffering from overcapacity and a slowdown in growth.
With Mobile, Alabama facility ramping up to four aircraft a month by 2017, Airbus is well set to supply the U.S. market.
New Indonesian Aging Aircraft Rule Seen as Cosmetic Exercise
For many years the low-cost/low-fare airline model failed to grow in Japan, but with recent liberalisation the sector is booming
New Terminal 4 expected by 2017 while Terminal 5 capacity will increase to 135 million by mid-2020s
National carrier continues to build its presence in the region as it bids for 44.2 percent outstanding Tigerair shares
Chinese investors have reached an initial agreement to site an MA-60 production line in Russia, as the MA-700 take shape.
Reinforcement plates installed on first flight test aircraft