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1. business | 12 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: Asia focus
» India is seriously considering setting minimum fares for low-cost airlines. But unlike Indonesia, which has decreed that prices must be no lower than 40% of what full-service airlines charge in order to ensure that no-fr...
2. learning | 24 Oct 2012
About air travel
» Low-cost airlines (Nok, ThaiAirAsia) are growing fast, going international & stealing passengers from big established airlines (THAI).
3. news | 26 Jan 2015
» The website of Malaysia Airlines was commandeered for several hours on Monday by hackers who referenced the Islamic State jihadists and threatened to expose data taken from the carrier's servers.
4. news | 19 Jan 2015
» With tumbling oil prices and expectations of them remaining low this year, airlines are finding fuel hedges less useful to protect them against soaring fuel costs.
5. news | 15 Jan 2015
» Bus operators plan to fight the inroads being made into their business by low-cost airlines as more and more passengers forsake bus terminals for airport lounges.
6. news | 28 Dec 2014
» MOSCOW - Their international competitors may be cheering tumbling oil prices, but the collapse in the ruble has meant major financial turbulence for Russian airlines who have expenses in foreign currencies.
7. travel | 24 Dec 2014
Holiday Time: Travel & Leisure
» Budget airlines are not a new phenomenon to Thailand. Hearing the phrase, one cannot help but raise a skeptical eyebrow and ponder on the compromises one generally has to make, around the globe, when opting for a low-cos...
8. news | 17 Dec 2014
» TOKYO - An American Airlines flight from Seoul to Dallas was forced to make an emergency landing in Tokyo early Wednesday after a dozen people were injured during turbulence, a report said.
9. news | 15 Dec 2014
» KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia Airlines suspended its shares from the country's stock exchange Monday under a government rescue plan for the flag carrier which is fighting for survival after losing two planes this year.
10. news | 03 Dec 2014
» WASHINGTON — Hackers working for Iran have targeted at least 50 companies and government organizations, including commercial airlines, looking for vulnerabilities that could be used in physical attacks, cyber-security fi...