Posts Tagged ‘International Air Transport Association’

KUL-SIN flight among top 5 busiest route

The rise in air passengers in 2017 was supported by a broad-based improvement in global economic conditions and lower average airfares
By SHAZNI ONG / ...

It’s tough to make money in India, IATA says

By BLOOMBERG
NEW DELHI • India may be the world’s fastest growing major aviation market, but it is difficult for airlines to make money as excessive ...

Airbus wins RM37b Asian carriers’ orders

Sichuan Airlines and StarLux are among carriers boosting jet orders as more Asian people take to the skies
By BLOOMBERG LONDON • ...

IATA cuts global airline profit forecast on higher costs

SINGAPORE • The International Air Transport Association (IATA) cut its profit target for the global aviation market this year, predicting lower returns ...

New York’s JFK out of world’s top 20 busiest airports

by BLOOMBERG
SINGAPORE • New York’s John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK) is no longer ranked among the 20 busiest in the world, thanks to the ...

S’pore airport’s T5 plan objectionable

By BLOOMBERG
SINGAPORE • The airline industry’s most prominent trade body said it objects to any attempts by Singapore to charge travellers to help ...

Maersk sees falling freight rates in sign for trade

By BLOOMBERG
MUMBAI • The world’s largest container shipping line says international freight rates are reversing after climbing for most of this year, ...