Airlines in the Asia-Pacific region are getting better, but the growth is still challenging.

According to a recent analysis, Asia-Pacific airlines are expected to experience a continued improvement in their fortunes in 2024, despite significant hurdles. The report stated that the industry’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic in 2023 was uneventful. However, it revealed that international seat capacity was 36% less than domestic seat capacity, which had already exceeded 2020 levels

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UNITED AND MALAYSIA AIRLINES ANNOUNCE GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP

Malaysia Airlines and Manchester United have confirmed their multi-year collaboration, with Malaysia Airlines becoming the club’s official commercial airline. As a renowned and trustworthy brand in the aviation industry, Malaysia Airlines takes pride in representing Malaysia and providing its customers with personalized experiences that reflect the friendly and hospitable nature of Malaysian culture.

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Starting March 31, Singapore Airlines will no longer operate flights to Chongqing and Chengdu.

Singapore Airlines (SIA) will stop its operations to Chengdu and Chongqing in China from March 31, less than five months after it resumed flights to the two cities. While the airline cited regulatory reasons for the suspension, it did not provide any specific details on the duration of the suspension. SIA currently operates daily flights to Chengdu and three weekly flights to Chongqing, according to a spokesperson.

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