Top News on Senai

  • Senai gears up to be regional aviation hub


    Senai Airport Terminal Services is gearing up to play a bigger role in the Malaysia's business and commercial aviation industry through the establishment of the Senai International aviation park in the country's thriving Iskandar Malaysia region in the southern state of Jahor.


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  • Evektor nets MOUs for four EV-55 Outbacks


    Czech Aircraft manufacturer Evektor has secured memorandums of understanding from two Malaysian companies for the...


  • Senai gears up to be regional aviation hub


    Senai Airport Terminal Services is gearing up to play a bigger role in the Malaysia's business and commercial aviation...


  • Kuwaiti finance house to establish flying academy in Malaysia


    (Corrects spelling of company name in second para) A Kuwaiti finance and investment company Al Aqeelah LFI group plans...


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  • Evektor nets MOUs for four EV-55 Outbacks

    News | 24 Mar 2015 14:53 | Kate Sarsfield

    Czech Aircraft manufacturer Evektor has secured memorandums of understanding from two Malaysian companies for the purchase of four EV-55 Outbacks.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Evektor-nets-MOUs-for-four-EV-55-Outbacks-410502/
  • ANALYSIS: Flymojo, international airline of mystery

    News | 23 Mar 2015 02:27 | Greg Waldron

    Last week’s Langkawi International Aerospace & Maritime (LIMA) Exhibition was an unlikely venue for the birth of a new airline, Flymojo, and its letter of intent for up to 40 Bombardier CS100 aircraft.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-Flymojo-international-airline-of-mystery-410423/
  • Senai gears up to be regional aviation hub

    News | 11 Nov 2010 04:00 | Arif Rahman

    Senai Airport Terminal Services is gearing up to play a bigger role in the Malaysia's business and commercial aviation industry through the establishment of the Senai International aviation park in the country's thriving Iskandar Malaysia region in the southern state of Jahor.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Senai-gears-up-to-be-regional-aviation-hub-349518/
  • Kuwaiti finance house to establish flying academy in Malaysia

    News | 19 Sep 2008 12:00 | Leithen Francis

    (Corrects spelling of company name in second para) A Kuwaiti finance and investment company Al Aqeelah LFI group plans to establish an aviation training...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Kuwaiti-finance-house-to-establish-flying-academy-in-Malaysia-316150/
  • Fares tumble in Singapore

    News | 30 Sep 2004 23:00

    <p>An anticipated price war has broken out in Singapore as new low-cost airlines start fighting for share in a market that many believe is too small to support so many of them.</p> <p>The fare war began with the end-August marketing launch of Tiger Airways, controlled by Singapore Airlines, its parent Temasek Holdings and two foreign partners. The carrier started operating on 15 September to points in Thailand using two leased Airbus A320s and offered S$1 ($0.59) one-way fares for the first week to each of its initial destinations: Bangkok, Hat Yai and Phuket.</p> <p>Soon after, Thai AirAsia, a 49%-owned associate carrier of Malaysia's AirAsia, offered fares of S$0.49 on the Bangkok-Singapore route, on which it has been flying since early this year. AirAsia has also been offering headline-grabbing promotional fares within Malaysia, including from Senai airport just across the border from Singapore.</p> <p>By the end of the year in Singapore three new airlines will have launched operhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Fares-tumble-in-Singapore-187964/
  • Fernandes: Man of the moment

    News | 31 Mar 2004 23:00

    <P><STRONG>By Nicholas Ionides in Kuala Lumpur&nbsp;</STRONG></P> <P><STRONG>AirAsia chief executive Tony Fernandes is fashioning one of the fastest growing and recognisable low-fare brands in South-East Asia </STRONG></P> <P>Tony Fernandes is clearly having fun. Driving his Ford Escape sport utility vehicle airside at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, music blasting and mobile phone ringing non-stop, the 39-year-old group chief executive and key shareholder of AirAsia has no regrets about leaving the music business for the airline industry.</P> <P>"I love it," he says in between text messages, travelling to a far end of the airport to show off AirAsia's new maintenance hangar. "You've got to get up in the morning saying it's fun going to work, and that's what it's like."</P> <P>For now at least, Fernandes is the man of the moment in Asia, making headlines just about everywhere he goes. A highly personable guy who boasts with an almost juvenile snicker that he "loves a good party", Fhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Fernandes-Man-of-the-moment-179458/