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Where to get healthier this year - Channel NewsAsia

2018-01-20 channelnewsasia
From hotels and cruises to airports, airlines, safaris and group tours, wellness promises to be everywhere in the world of travel. Five years ago, wellness on the road meant heading to a destination spa to embark on a specific programme such as weight loss or staying at a hotel with a nice gym. More recently, the concept has evolved to include all categories of travel, and encompasses overall physical and emotional health. (9-0)

Aircraft Sales: $62.9B For Boeing

2018-01-19 seekingalpha
Market value of Boeing aircraft close to $62.9B to $67.3B when military derivatives are fully valued. (59-0)

Outback Australians grounded as pilot crisis worsens - Channel NewsAsia

2018-01-19 channelnewsasia
SYDNEY: A recruitment drive by Australia's Qantas Airways after a seven-year hiatus is exacerbating shortages of pilots at regional air services that provide a lifeline to remote communities in the country's sparsely populated Outback. (9-0)

Singapore Airlines among least fuel-efficient airlines flying across the Pacific - Channel NewsAsia

2018-01-19 channelnewsasia
SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines performs below the industry average for the amount of carbon dioxide per passenger-kilometre it emits, according to an analysis of 20 major airlines operating nonstop passenger flights across the pacific.  (5-0)

Outback Australians grounded as pilot crisis worsens

2018-01-18 reuters
(Reuters) - A recruitment drive by Australia’s Qantas Airways Ltd (QAN.AX) after a seven-year hiatus is exacerbating shortages of pilots at regional air services that provide a lifeline to remote communities in the country’s sparsely populated Outback. (9-0)

Airbus superjumbo A380 gets lifeline with $21 billion Emirates order

2018-01-18 nzherald.co.nz
Airbus's troubled A380 airliner has been thrown a lifeline by Gulf carrier Emirates, which has agreed to buy 36 of the double-decker jets. (19-0)

Airbus superjumbo A380 gets lifeline with Emirates $16bn order

2018-01-18 telegraph.co.uk
Airbus’s troubled A380 airliner has been thrown a lifeline by Gulf carrier Emirates, which has agreed to buy 36 of the double-decker jets. (19-0)

AirAsia India does not plan to bid for ailing AI

2018-01-17 freepressjournal.in
Mumbai : Low-frills carrier AirAsia India has ruled out any plans to participate in the Air India stake sale, saying its focus remains on building the existing brand and flying international, which is expected to happen early next year. (5-0)

AirAsia India says no plans to look at Air India stake

2018-01-17 moneycontrol
Low-frills carrier AirAsia India has ruled any plans to participate in the Air India stake sale, saying its focus remains on the building the existing brand and flying international, which is expected to happen from early next year. (5-0)

AirAsia India says no plans to look at Air India stake

2018-01-16 livemint
Mumbai: Low-frills carrier AirAsia India has ruled any plans to participate in the Air India stake sale, saying its focus remains on the building the existing brand and flying international, which is expected to happen from early next year. (5-0)

AI will be hived into four parts before sale

2018-01-16 freepressjournal.in
The modi govt now aims to sell at least a 51 per cent stake in each of those four companies, reports Bloomberg (5-0)

We need an Alfred Kahn

2018-01-14 bworldonline
Alfred E. Kahn is considered the “father of airline deregulation” in the United States. A former professor in economics of Cornell University, he was chair of the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) under former US president Jimmy Carter, and was in charge of regulating commercial airfares. He then he ordered the deregulation of airfares. Essentially, Kahn presided over the abolition of the CAB. He deregulated CAB out of its existence as a regulator of air fares by airlines to set their own fares. (5-0)

'Five elephants in the room': Virgin Australia dances ownership tango

2018-01-11 theage.com.au
After years of speculation and minority shareholder angst, Virgin Australia last year confirmed what many had long taken for granted: privatisation was on the cards. (11-0)

'Five elephants in the room': Virgin Australia dances ownership tango

2018-01-11 smh.com.au
After years of speculation and minority shareholder angst, Virgin Australia last year confirmed what many had long taken for granted: privatisation was on the cards. (11-0)

Singapore Air may bid for troubled AI

2018-01-11 freepressjournal.in
New Delhi : Singapore Airlines on Wednesday said it is keeping its options open as far as investing in ailing carrier Air India (AI) is concerned, after the government allowed foreign carriers to own up to 49 per cent of the national carrier. “Our priority is the further expansion of Vistara. However, we will keep our options open with respect to the proposed disinvestment of Air India,” Singapore Airlines said in an e-mailed statement to the PTI, in response to a query on whether the Singapore-traded company will bid for AI. (5-0)