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MAS, AirAsia "battle" to offer lowest fares
KUALA LUMPUR-Malaysia Airlines and low-cost carrier AirAsia are again at "war" over who can offer the lowest fares to travellers for both their domestic and international destinations.
Asia's Travel Industry Charges into 2007
2006 was a special year in the evolution of the Asian travel industry. The region continued steaming along with record growth figures, surpassing all other major regions and forging a strong position in the global game. (1/25/2007)
New budget airline from Malaysia to fly to India, China and Europe
Malaysian domestic airline FlyAsianXpress (FAX) and low-cost airline AirAsia have shared plans of launching a low-cost long-haul service, AirAsia X in July this year... (1/5/2007)
Budget Carriers Plan Global Flight Alliance
JANUARY 2, 2007. Virgin plans to team up with AirAsia and easyJet to form a Malaysia-based alliance that will fly long-distance routes for low fares.
2019 CarTrawler ancillary revenue yearbook shows $55.7 billion in extra revenue for 76 airlines
The $55.7 billion worldwide total represents 10.7% of all revenue for the 76 airlines in the survey.
China Eastern to enter Asia’s budget air travel
In its regional expansion plan, China Eastern would also be looking for strategic cooperation, joint ventures and equity investment.
Airlines tap new tech to sell each other’s fares
Small or mid-sized airline didn’t have the technical ability to cross-sell tickets or upgrades from another airline that’s a marketing partner the way giants like American Airlines, Lufthansa, and Singapore do.
ChinaTravelNews Briefing: Ctrip unveils Oasis Lab, China connects air-rail networks and more
Ctrip replaced its incubation program with Oasis Lab for innovative initiatives, budget hotels in China revamped services and experiences for customers, CAAC & CRC announced to connect train-plane networks.
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Ctrip closes Naspers stock swap, appoints 3 more directors to MakeMyTrip's board
Chatbots proving their worth in travel e-commerce
Ctrip reports 19% rise in net revenue, proposes to change company name to Trip.com Group
Virtual interlining model for hotels – set to compete with OTAs?
Two decades on, Ctrip hopes to emerge even stronger: CEO Jane Sun
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