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Shubhodeep Pal, Vice President, Products & Operations at SimpliFlying, outlines the qualities of a good airport and explains why Asian airports are trailing behind their U.S. and European peers.
Ahmad Maghfur Usman, Regional Transport Research Analyst at RHB Research, discusses his expectations for the restructuring plans that the carrier is set to announce late Friday.
Subhranshu Sekhar Das, Director, Aerospace & Defense, Frost & Sullivan, says the outlook for Malaysia Airlines looks challenging after its seat load factor fell 30 percent over the past few months.
Robert Martin, MD & CEO of BOC Aviation, says the firm is buying new jets due to rising Asian demand and the need to replace old aircrafts in North America and Europe.
Shares in Malaysia Airlines (MAS) will be suspended on Friday ahead of the announcement of its planned restructuring, a source told Reuters.
Tony Webber, managing director at Webber Quantitative Consulting, discusses Qantas following the release of the group's earnings and says the international business remains "poor".
Ben Moores, senior commercial aircraft market analyst at IHS, says the low cost carrier model is not working in an era of high oil prices, while long haul airlines are facing competition from government-backed companies.
Ahead of Malaysia Airlines' earnings results, Greg Waldron, Asia Managing Editor at Flightglobal, outlines what the carrier will need to do to reverse its fortunes.
Sam Dobson, Senior Analyst at Macquarie, says Thursday's earnings results indicate a positive trajectory in the airline's cost performance.
Qantas Group CEO Alan Joyce speaks at a press conference after the Australian carrier reported its biggest financial loss ever due to restructuring costs.
Struggling Australian airline Qantas posted a FY14 statutory loss after tax of A$2.84 billion on Thursday, the deepest loss in its history as a public company.
After American Airlines severed ties with Orbitz over a pricing dispute, Daniel Kurnos, Benchmark Company senior analyst, and Mike Miller, Miller Air Group president, discuss if airlines are being held hostage by travel companies.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan and Amanda Drury round up the tweets of those who were asked what they would do if someone asked them to "un-recline" their seat on a flight. NYT correspondent Josh Barro, shares his opinions.
American and US Airways are pulling fares from Orbitz. It's time to rethink how you search for airfare.
The Dublin-based company hopes having a business class will allow it to capture three-fourths of all work travel between in its two biggest markets.
This is a huge loss for Orbitz, says Henry Harteveldt, Atmosphere Research, sharing his thoughts on American Airlines pulling its airfare listings from the travel site.
Dickie Wong, Executive Director at Kingston Securities, likes Air China but warns of risks from its H-shares, which are trading at a premium over A-shares.
Despite growth in their underlying businesses, Chinese airlines suffered losses in the first quarter due to steep depreciation in the yuan, says Francis Lun, CEO of GEO Securities.
American Airlines and US Airways are pulling flight listings from Orbitz after they were unable to reach agreement on a long-term contract.
A United plane flying from Newark to Denver was diverted Sunday over a $22 gadget called the "Knee Defender." The Today show crew discusses the story.