Boeing Co said it invited more than 200 experts for an information session.
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An Air New Zealand flight to Shanghai turned back after discovering it did not have permission to land in China.
AirAsia, the World’s Best Low Cost Airline for 10 years running according to Skytrax, has continually introduced flights to Cambodia and connects the country to 130 different destinations throughout Southeast Asia and Asia, inviting its people to expand their horizons.
Small Planet Cambodia, a charter airline based in Siem Reap, to suspend operations.
AirAsia to use of biometric scanners to boost security for all air travelers, CEO says.
Bamboo Airways, a unit of Vietnamese property developer FLC Group, has been licensed and expected to operate late this year.
Cambodia Airways, a recently established airline, launches its first international route.
Emirates plans to establish a direct flight between Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, and Phnom Penh.
Cambodia Airways, a locally owned airline with $200 million paid-up capital, will launch operations in the next few weeks.
Governments need to urgently tackle a capacity crisis facing airports.
The Emirates Group notched up its 30th consecutive year of profit – hitting a cool USD 1.1 billion.
Talks between AirAsia Group and a partner to open an airline in Myanmar have stopped.
SilkAir is offering even more attractive fares to Europe, giving you the chance to make your dream holiday come true
The Chinese-invested Sanya Cambodia Company was launched on Saturday with about $160 million of capital.
Hani, who had worked as a domestic helper in Abu Dhabi, secretly gave birth during an Etihad flight to Jakarta.
Silkair’s 25th anniversary
Flights operated by insolvent German carrier Air Berlin will end by Oct. 28 at the latest, urging staff to seek jobs elsewhere.
AirAsia, the world’s best low-cost airline, unveils the world’s first Freedom Flyer Programme.
AirAsia says it will increase its fleet by 21 percent, in one of the fastest pace of expansions for the Malaysian low-cost airline.