Malaysia Airlines

Aviation & Engineering

Ten years after MH370, Malaysia Air seeks to shed troubled past

Managing director Izham Ismail aims to turn Malaysia Airlines into a premium carrier by the end of the decade

Global Economy


Quoteworthy: "China cannot save the world but can save itself." –— David Gaud, Pictet Wealth Management’s Asia chief investment officer, on why he remains bullish on the world’s second largest economy.

Aviation & Engineering

9/11 changed air travel forever. What about Covid-19?

SINGAPORE (April 17): The Sept 11, 2001 terrorist attacks (9/11) on the World Trade Center (WTC) in Manhattan, New York, changed not just the face of US foreign policy for good — it also altered the course of the global aviation industry in a dramatic

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This app is a win-win solution for both airlines and travel junkies

SINGAPORE (May 17): 2.2 million seats are left unsold every day around the world, translating to significant lost revenue for thousands of commercial airlines globally.

From sovereign wealth fund to sovereign catalytic investor

SINGAPORE (Sept 3): Khazanah Nasional was formed in 1993 as a strategic investment fund of the government of Malaysia. Its stated objectives are to “hold-manage select commercial assets of the government, undertake strategic investments on behalf of th


Malaysia Airlines inks US$3 bil Boeing deal amid Najib's White House visit

(Sept 13): Malaysia Airlines agreed to buy Boeing Co.’s 787-9 Dreamliners and 737 Max jets as the Southeast Asian nation’s flag carrier looks to boost services on its busiest routes.