Airline Virgin Australia has coughed up a whopping one Australian dollar to buy the 40 percent of Tiger Australia it didn't already own.
United fliers will soon earn miles by dollars spent rather than distance flown. Some travelers may benefit from the program changes.
An economic recovery may be taking hold, but it hasn't translated into earnings at Singapore Airlines as supply outpaces demand, the carrier's CEO said.
You can fly in your own suite on Singapore Airlines or opt for a budget seat on AirAsia. The airline industry in Asia offers something for everyone.
The Asia Squawk Box team discusses the Singaporean airline's decision to terminate the longest flight in the world.
JetBlue's upcoming premium seats pale in comparison to perks offered on other airlines, such as real beds, massages and in-flight showers.
Singapore Airlines, caught between the rapid emergence of Gulf carriers and low cost Asian rivals, is attempting a big strategy overhaul to revive growth.
Singapore Airlines has increased its stake in Virgin Australia to 19.9 percent, boosting its influence at the carrier at a time of industry jostling.
Australia's competition regulator has granted Virgin Australia approval to take control of loss-making rival Tiger Australia in a move that will ramp up competition for Qantas Airways.
Siva Govindasamy, Asia Managing Editor at Flight Global says that as headwinds cloud the premium air travel market, SIA is shifting some of its flights to regional carrier SilkAir.
Cash-rich Singapore Airlines will likely need acquisitions or more partnerships as it reshapes its strategy to tap into the fast growing Asian markets and to counter stiff competition from Middle Eastern carriers.
Delta Air Lines agreed to buy a 49 percent stake in Virgin Atlantic, creating a joint venture that would expand Delta's access to London's Heathrow Airport and increase competition in the lucrative transatlantic market.
Timothy Ross, Head of Asia Pacific Transport Research, Credit Suisse says that soaring energy prices is a core issue and is the reason for his underweight call on the sector
Campbell Wilson, CEO, Scoot discusses what differentiates the airline from other low-cost competitors.