Malaysia Airlines is set to expand its Economy Class flexible-fare options, with the new seats available across the network beginning 22 June.
As the COVID-19 pandemic has spread across the world and shut down international travel, airlines have been looking to cut costs. One of the best ways to cut costs is to ground expensive or inefficient aircraft or to retire them completely, because of this for many airlines the first on the chopping block is the
Singapore Airlines said on Monday that it is ‘rationalising’ services between Singapore and China with a series of additional flight suspensions announced. The decision comes amid the continuing impact of Coronavirus on travel to Mainland China.
The ATSB is calling for modifications to the Pratt & Whitney PW4000-100 series engine used on the Airbus A330 to be made mandatory.
Malaysia Airlines and Singapore Airlines have announced plans to explore areas of cooperation covering both carriers and their subsidiaries.