AirAsia has established a large training academy at its base at Kuala Lumpur International Airport
Archive | June, 2009
As industry executives gather in Kuala Lumpur for the IATA AGM, which formally kicks off tomorrow, we have been gauging the mood. So far we’ve caught up with IATA director general Giovanni Bisignani, Malaysia Airlines chief executive Idris Jala and Icelandair boss Birkir Gudnason. Watch our footage below and check out our full coverage here.
The latest issue of Emirates public affairs journal, Open Sky, features a strong defence of the long-term health of Dubai from airline CEO Tim Clark
Kuala Lumpur (KL) is a vibrant, dynamic and colourful city which first appeared on the map in the mid-1800s. It is Malaysia’s largest city and the youngest capital in Southeast Asia, reflected by the mix of old colonial-style buildings and modern skyscrapers. There is plenty to do and see in KL, so here are a […]
The airlines category debuts in NCSI with a score of 69, below the national average but substantially better than the US
Ryanair today revealed a further hit from its unsuccessful attempt to gain control of Aer Lingus after writing down its investment in the carrier by a further €222.5 million
Cookies & Privacy
- Ed Faggen on How much is a slot at Washington National worth?
- fake oakley sunglasses outlet on Paris 2009: AirAsia rocks into Paris with huge A350 order
- buy christian louboutin jenny white on Case of the missing American tail
- to lose weight fast on Time travel in Ethiopia
- help to lose weight on When the school bus turns into an Airbus