Transport


China Eastern and JAL form joint venture

China Eastern Airlines Corp and Japan Airlines Co yesterday said they would form a joint venture to capitalize on a boom in Chinese tourism, in the first such deal between a Chinese mainland and Japanese...

August 3, 2018, Friday


FedEx hits road with electric vehicles

FedEx yesterday said it was deploying the first batch of 48 electric vehicles in 13 Chinese cities to replace its traditional gasoline-fuel vehicles....

August 2, 2018, Thursday


ANA, JAL slide on heavier fuel costs

Major Japanese carriers All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines yesterday reported sluggish April-June profits as fuel costs weighed despite higher revenues....

August 1, 2018, Wednesday


BOJ tweaks monetary policy, lowers inflation forecast

Japan’s central bank said yesterday it would make adjustments to its ultra-loose monetary policy for the first time in nearly two years, and revised down its inflation forecasts....

August 1, 2018, Wednesday


Airbus profits halved on engine delays

European air giant Airbus said yesterday its half-year profits plunged, as the company is hit by delays in the delivery of its A320neo engines, but confirmed its objective to provide 800 aircraft this...

July 27, 2018, Friday


Ryanair cuts fleet, warns on jobs

Irish airline Ryanair has told over 300 pilots and cabin crew that they may lose their jobs as it cuts its Dublin-based fleet by 20 percent for the winter season after recent strikes hurt bookings and...

July 26, 2018, Thursday


China and Europe move closer on aviation

The fast-growing market demand for civil aircraft and the rapid development of the aviation industry offer unprecedented opportunities for cooperation between China and Europe, which has seen remarkable...

July 19, 2018, Thursday


Air China crew punished, flights slashed

CHINESE authorities have cut flag carrier Air China’s Boeing 737 flights and revoked the flying licences of the cockpit crew involved in a mid-air emergency sparked by a co-pilot’s vape smoke. An Air ...

July 19, 2018, Thursday


Jetmakers kick off air show with rich sales

Planemakers racked up more than US$20 billion of deals on the opening day of the Farnborough Airshow yesterday, suggesting demand for new passenger jets remains in good health despite worries over trade...

July 17, 2018, Tuesday


Planemakers plotting course through trade, Brexit worries

Aerospace firms are setting out products from luxury jets to lethal drones at back-to-back British air shows this week, hoping trade tensions will not deter airlines from buying jetliners even as geopolitical...

July 16, 2018, Monday




 

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