Airline Finance News - Asia / Pacific.Jul 16, 2007
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Traffic rights into the country will be made available if there is sufficient interest, and while Abdrakhmanov would not reveal if either Almaty or Astana was higher on the priority list, he did say that a second runway would be built at the former. A major role will be played by Air Astana, which is owned 51% by the state and 49% by BAE Systems. "This is a joint project which was started in 2000, and now Air Astana is growing rapidly," he added Jul 12, 2007
AirAsia, Virgin Atlantic
Malaysia's AirAsia, Southeast Asia's biggest low-cost airline, has no interest in seeking a stake in Virgin Atlantic, founder Tony Fernandes Dato' Anthony Francis Fernandes (born 1964; also known as Tony Fernandes) is a Malaysian entrepreneur and the founder of Tune Air Sdn. Bhd., who introduced the first budget no-frills airline, AirAsia, to Malaysians with the tagline "Now everyone can fly". said on Thursday. The comment follows news this week that Singapore Airlines This article or section is written like an .
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Austrian Airlines Austrian Airlines AG is the flag carrier airline of Austria, headquartered in Vienna. It operates scheduled sevices to over 130 destinations. Its main base is Vienna International Airport, with a hub at Innsbruck Airport. In 2006 Austrian had 10 million passengers.
Austrian Airlines Group sees even more possibilities for its Focus East strategy of operating to secondary destinations in Eastern Europe and Central Asia . "In the next 10-15 years, there still will be many opportunities for us," CCO (Chief or Corporate Compliance Officer) The executive person in charge of compliance issues, regulatory requirements, internal controls and managing audits within an enterprise or organization. Josef Burger said, adding that all areas within range of medium-haul aircraft, or around 5 hr. flying time from its Vienna hub, are in play. It already is looking for Looking for
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Singapore Airlines, Virgin Atlantic
Singapore Airlines is reviewing the future of its stake in Virgin Atlantic in a move that could lead to a GBP1 billion pound (USD$2 billion) sale or initial public offering, the Daily Telegraph said on Monday. The newspaper, without citing sources, said the Singapore-based carrier, the world's biggest airline by stock market value, was in the early stages of examining options for its 49-percent stake in British entrepreneur Richard Branson's Virgin Atlantic. A spokesman for Singapore Airlines declined to comment, while Virgin Atlantic could not immediately be reached for comment. Jul 10, 2007
Vietnam Airlines reported a pre-tax profit of $13.3 million for the first half of 2007, down from approximately $19 million in the year-ago period, AFX AFX atypical fibroxanthoma. News reported from Hanoi. The earnings for the recently completed semester constituted 56.4% of its full-year target, VN said. Revenue rose 11.9% year-over-year to around $580 million while six-month passenger numbers climbed 16.5% to 3.8 million, AFX said. Jul 13, 2007
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