Here is our rolling report with short aviation news for the month of April 2022: 19 – The easing of travel restrictions and higher quota on Singapore’s Vaccinated Travel Lanes have boosted March traffic for Singapore Airlines and its subsidiary Scoot....
An announcement was expected already some time ago, but Airbus’ Orders and Deliveries overview over March 2022 finally confirms that AirAsia X has canceled most of its huge order for the A330-900. The ultra-low-cost airline retains just fifteen in the order book...
Capital A, previously known as AirAsia Group Berhad, will likely spin-off its AirAsia airline business as a separate unit on the Malaysian stock exchange, once market conditions improve. It is also likely that AirAsia will establish another airline within the South...
AirAsia X has hit out at critics in a strongly-worded statement, after creditors to the long-haul, low-cost carrier overwhelmingly approved a debt restructuring plan. The carrier’s 12 November statement, desrcribed the restructuring as a “wide and deep reset,” and is...
Malaysia’s AirAsia X (AAX) is proposing to pay around 0.5 percent of the debt owed to its creditors, and to terminate all existing contracts in order to allow the long-haul low-cost carrier to restructure its liabilities, reports Reuters, citing a document that it had...
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