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  • AirAsia close to ordering 100 Airbus aircraft

    AirAsia is close to placing an order for 100 Airbus aircraft to aid its international expansion. A plan to acquire the additional aircraft will be...

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  • ROUTES: Guide to airline start-ups and groundings in 2012

    High-profile airline groundings may have dominated much of the news this year, but there are a number of new kids on...

  • IN FOCUS: Low-cost carriers keep flexing the model

    For the low-cost carrier segment, 2011 saw a further spread of the model. Double-digit growth continued, with passenger...

  • AirAsia to add 20 A320s in 2012

    Low-cost carrier AirAsia will add 20 Airbus A320s to its fleet this year as it looks to raise capacity and launch...

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  • ANALYSIS: Low-cost units dominate 2014 start-ups

    News | 02 Jan 2015 16:04 | Graham Dunn

    Much of the activity among start-up carriers during 2014 was driven by new low-cost offshoots from both budget and network carriers.
  • AirAsia’s Q3 profit dragged down by Thai unit's woes

    News | 20 Nov 2014 02:23 | Ellis Taylor

    ​AirAsia’s operating profit for the quarter ended 30 September fell by 14% to MYR227 million ($67.6 million), as it was dragged down by higher unit costs and a loss at Thai AirAsia.
  • Nagoya airport works to climb out of slump

    News | 28 Oct 2014 07:55 | Mavis Toh

    Nagoya Chubu Centrair International airport says it is still recovering from the impact of the 2008 global financial crisis and the competition from bullet train services on its passenger numbers.
  • Nagoya airport considering building LCCT for AirAsia

    News | 28 Oct 2014 03:44 | Mavis Toh

    Nagoya Chubu Centrair International airport could build a low-cost terminal for AirAsia's relaunch of its Japan unit.
  • ANALYSIS: Malaysia country report July-September 2014

    News | 10 Oct 2014 02:37 | Firdaus Hashim

    The three months from July to September could not have been more different for Malaysia’s top two carriers, AirAsia and Malaysia Airlines.
  • ANALYSIS: What next for Japan’s LCCs?

    News | 30 Sep 2014 02:19 | Ellis Taylor

    Any doubts that Japan could not sustain a vibrant low-cost carrier sector have been erased by the growth that continues to occur, but consolidation may be around the corner.