Philippine Airlines aims to take delivery of four of its As within this year. Where exactly the aircraft will fly, the airline has yet to formally announce, though it has stated in the past the aircraft will operate on new routes to North America — notably the US East Coast — and Europe. Philippine Airlines has been on a mission to upgrade its cabin offerings over the past year, including by retrofitting its A with a new three-class configuration that notably features a Thompson Vantage XL business class seat. Meanwhile, the carrier has also begun taking delivery of its medium-range Aneo aircraft, which will be available on its Manila-Brisbane route next month.
Fast forward tothe company added a whopping new routes to its list of As they say, the rest is history.
The company has also significantly reduced its net debt to just under the RM8 billion mark. This is an immense sum but it is typical in the airline industry.
AirAsia has one of the most interesting and engaging annual reports out there. Give it a read: Market experts predict the special dividend to range from RM0. The most recent information is that it could be as high as RM1. Want more good news? With my analysis, and excluding this special dividend, AirAsia underlying value is roughly RM2.
I believe they will declare a large amount in the form of special dividends which would enable them to settle the aforementioned loans. That being said, there are of course the ever hovering external risks associated with airlines ie.
It outlines how the parties will incorporate a joint-venture to be known as AirAsia China for the purposes of operating a low-cost aviation business based in Zhengzhou, the capital of Henan province in central China.
In addition, AirAsia China will invest in aviation infrastructure, including a dedicated LCC terminal at Zhengzhou airport and an aviation academy to train pilots, crew and engineers, as well as maintenance, repair and overhaul MRO facilities to service aircraft.
AirAsia was the first foreign LCC to enter China and has carried more than 40 million guests since its inaugural route to China in April Think of the possibilities! Think of the possibilities and growth potential AirAsia has. AirAsia is looking to become one of THE long term stocks to hold on to.
Next to look out for is that RM1. As always, invest at your own risk.Jul 14, · Even more crucial for Airbus, a decision to take more of the larger Aneos would reaffirm AirAsia’s commitment to that widebody program amid heavy competition with Boeing Co.’s fast-selling.
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Small is still beautiful in Asia. Small Asian airlines with big plans are opening up the travel map. We survey boutique airlines and regional players, with a budget airlines review. Published in December issue In March this year, Asia’s oldest airline, Philippine Airlines (PAL) commemorated its 73rd anniversary at a time during which the carrier .
This piece covers Boeing's slipping grip on the low-cost airline market, with a focus on Asia: how, why, and where. Air Asia, and EasyJet, operators of Airbus A airplanes, were once Boeing operators.
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