Airlines will still turn a profit this year, but there is no easy money to be made says IATA general.
Indian Immigration authorities stop former Jet Airways chief Naresh Goyal and his wife from travelling to London a month after the debt-laden company grounded its fleet.
Mita president Uzaidi Udanis says industry players are still in the dark as there is no information on the exact mechanism of implementation.
Oman Aviation Group plans to raise the funds through a sale of assets or by taking on more debt.
Last week, Kumho Asiana Group's restructuring plan had been rejected by the troubled airline's creditors.
Azharuddin Abd Rahman, who is now the chairman of a flying school, says if there are too many schools, there may be an oversupply of pilots, as happened in the past.
Analysts are expecting a short-term hit to flying capacity while Boeing resolves safety concerns and trains pilots.
Malaysia Airports attributes this to major expansion work on the airport last year, all in time for the coming LIMA aerospace show.
Boeing's order book could be seriously hit as mounting safety concerns prompt airlines to reconsider about US$55 billion worth of purchases.
There are some 350 of the 737 Max 8 planes currently in service around the world.
Flights to Amritsar, Chandigarh, Dehradun, Jammu, Leh and Srinagar have been affected due to airspace restrictions or airport closures.
Bukit Aman anti-narcotics chief Mohmad Salleh says airline crew members have been caught in Taiwan, Korea, Japan, Australia and New Zealand for such offences.
PT Garuda Indonesia, Lion Air and PT AirAsia Indonesia are among the carriers which cut prices from Jan. 11.
The airline remains defiant despite being sued by the airport authority for failing to pay millions of ringgit in passenger tax.
Christina Liew urges the transport ministry and the Malaysian Aviation Commission to reconsider the decision as this will adversely affect Sabahans.
But it could consider floor and ceiling prices if interim measures fail to halt spiralling ticket prices.
Construction of new airports catering to budget airlines could affect connectivity to smaller airports.
The Malaysian Aviation Commission says it received 858 complaints about mishandled baggage, flight delays and other things over the past six months and resolved almost all of them.
In the Philippines, economic losses could reach 6.6% of gross domestic product, or more than US$20 billion.
However, Anthony Loke says, to reduce airfares, a pilot project will be carried out to increase flights by at least 20% during three main festive seasons.
The Indian commercial aviation industry has been in shakeout mode ever since the government ended a state monopoly enjoyed by Indian Airlines in 1994.
Nufam says top bosses are paid high salaries while staff have come under immense pressure following cost-cutting measures.
China has demanded that foreign firms, and airlines, in particular, do not refer to self-ruled Taiwan as a non-Chinese territory on their websites, a demand the White House slammed in May as "Orwellian nonsense."
Deputy transport minister tells Dewan Rakyat that uniforms of Malaysia Airlines stewardesses meet the requirements of aviation safety authorities and reflect local culture.