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GE stock tanks 5% after aviation unit announces it will cut 13,000 jobs this year as coronavirus halts air travel
The announcement to lay 25% of its workforce off comes days after the maker of aircraft engines reported a fall in revenue of 8% year-on-year.
Scoot just updated its policy to provide 100% full refunds instead of vouchers on some cancelled flights
Affected customers can now choose between a 100% refund via the original payment mode, or a 120% refund in Scoot vouchers.
The Trump administration needs to form an aviation task force immediately to rescue the airlines and Boeing from the coronavirus collapse
During the financial crisis, the Obama administration formed an Auto Task Force to manage the orderly reorganization of General Motors and Chrysler.
Here's how to change your flight dates for free if you're affected by the coronavirus outbreak restrictions.
Here’s what SIA and Scoot are doing as Singapore imposes strict travel rules to restrict spread of coronavirus
Starting Monday night, travellers who are residents of Asean countries - including domestic helpers - will need to have sought approval before leaving for Singapore. The only exceptions are Singaporeans and Malaysians travelling from Malaysia via land and sea checkpoints.
The business of transportation is evolving faster than ever, and the next 10 years will reveal the biggest changes yet. Here’s everything you ne...
It's not just the technology that moves us, it's how companies are organizing around a vision to stay competitive while preserving our planet.
Singapore Airlines is only the 9th most punctual airline in the world – and another South-east Asian carrier is #1
Singapore's Changi Airport was ranked 3rd under the "mega airport" category, below Moscow's Sheremetyevo and Tokyo's Haneda.
Harbour Air's all-electric ePlane successfully flew across the Fraser River in Canada on December 10.
AirAsia has opened a restaurant serving actual airplane food – charging just RM15 for a meal with drink
Tony Fernandes believes he can one day open his AirAsia restaurant in New York's Times Square.
AirAsia offers "outstanding value and a great experience", AirlineRatings.com said.