Airline News - Asia / Pacific.Australia, India expand bilateral agreement. Australia and India entered into a more liberal air services agreement that will open the door for airlines from both countries to establish commercial partnerships and develop services. Mar 7, 2006
All Nippon Airways airways Anatomy The 'pipes'–trachea, bronchi, bronchioles–through which air passes to and from the alveoli. See Small airways. , Skynet Asia Airways
All Nippon Airways' codeshare agreement Code sharing is a business term which was first originated in the airline industry in 1990 when the Australian airline, Qantas Airways and the US's American Airlines combined services between an array of US domestic cities and Australian cities. with Skynet Asia Airways will commence April 1 and calls for the placement of ANA's code on SNA (Systems Network Architecture) IBM's mainframe network standards introduced in 1974. Originally a centralized architecture with a host computer controlling many terminals, enhancements, such as APPN and APPC (LU 6. flights from Tokyo Haneda to Miyazaki, Kumamoto and Nagasaki. SNA flights will be available through ANA sales and reservation systems. In addition, SNA will move from Terminal 1 at Haneda to ANA's Terminal 2, where its customers will have access to ANA's self-serve check-in and ticketing kiosks. Mar 6, 2006
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Asiana Airlines has appoint Aviareps as its UK general sales agent A General Sales Agent (GSA) is a sales representative for an airline in a specific country or region. Typically, the GSA is responsible for selling all products of the airline in its region which includes flight tickets and cargo space. as it plans to grow traffic on its Heathrow-Seoul route. The airline has just increased frequencies from three to four a week on the service, which uses Boeing 747-400 aircraft. The new Sunday departure compliments the existing Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday frequencies. http://uk.flyasiana.com
Mar 12, 2006
Malaysia Airlines said it will start by shifting from a "business focus" to a "leisure focus," as its premium traffic to and from Malaysia is too small to fund investment in larger aircraft with lower seating density. For example, it said its 777-200 has 247 economy seats compared to 293 on Singapore Airlines This article or section is written like an .
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Mark blatant advertising for , using . aircraft. MAS will decrease the size of its premium cabins and eventually shift to a fleet comprising smaller, more fuel-efficient aircraft. To secure better connecting flows, it will abandon the point-to-point model on its long-haul routes and concentrate on serving popular markets from its Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur (kwä`lə lm`pr), city (1990 est. pop. hub. "We will fly only where there are large attractive flows of leisure customers," it said. Business class will provide "gravy" but will not "carry the day." Mar 6, 2006
MAS hopes to overhaul its loss-making domestic operation and is aiming to take over P&L responsibility from Penerbangan Malaysia Berhad and operate independently, with government support, following a "radical" restructuring restructuring - The transformation from one representation form to another at the same relative abstraction level, while preserving the subject system's external behaviour (functionality and semantics). to include an increase in domestic fares for the first time in 13 years. AirAsia wants access to the domestic market as well. Mar 6, 2006
MAS promised a relentless pursuit of profit at the expense of "political favor," "image" and its "stature in the international community." Projects with long lead times will be put aside. It said its leaders will be accountable for reaching specific financial targets and their performance will be "transparently reported." It declared that implementation of the plan will narrow its loss to MYR MYR
In currencies, this is the abbreviation for the Malaysian Ringgit.
The currency market, also known as the Foreign Exchange market, is the largest financial market in the world, with a daily average volume of over US $1 trillion. 620 million ($167.3 million) in FY06 and return a profit of MYR50 million in FY07. In order to "strategically differentiate itself," the airline will counter competitors' growing capacity with "stronger cost controls, superior labor and asset productivity and more efficient processes." It said it has not made a firm decision on layoffs, although it promised its ratio of employees to unit of capacity will drop. Government input and the successful conclusion of route profitability initiatives will contribute to the decision, expected to come in 2007. Mar 6, 2006
SkyQuest International arranged the sale of an Embraer 120ER on behalf of SkyWest Airlines
Skywest Airlines Pty Ltd is a regional airline company based in Perth, Australia servicing key towns in the state of Western Australia as well as charter to Network Aviation Holdings of Australia. Mar 10, 2006