Taiwan’s auto industry reports increase in sales despite coronavirus pandemic

A total of 37,279 new cars were registered in Taiwan last month, exceeding its forecast of only 33,000, amid the deadly onslaught...

Qatar Airways seeks government aid to keep flying

Several airlines have already suspended operations amid the travel restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic, but Qatar Airways said it continues...

Airline traffic in Asia plunged in February due to coronavirus

The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) announced on Thursday that the international passenger demand in the region fell by 43.9% in February...

Vietnamese government want to begin construction of new international airport this...

The Vietnamese government plans to speed up the disbursement and site clearance processes in order to commence the first construction phase of...

Singapore Airlines grounds hundreds of planes, trims 96% of capacity

A total of 185 out of 196 aircrafts of the Singapore Airlines (SIA) will be grounded amid the intensified border controls worldwide...

Volkswagen hit with $34 Billion fine over diesel scandal; shares plan...

The world’s largest carmaker, Volkswagen, disclosed that it will spend a sum of $34.69 billion equivalent to 31.3 billion euros to pay...

2 execs of Thai aviation industry resign amid coronavirus crisis

The president of Thai Airways and the director of Suvarnabhumi International Airport have separately tendered their resignation letters on March 12 as...

Grab PH suspends thousands of users over fraudulent activities

Ride-hailing giant Grab has banned 125,000 users in the Philippines who were found involved in fraudulent activities like creating multiple accounts, making...

Philippine government releases list of coronavirus-related travel bans affecting the country

As the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the Philippines continues to rise, the national government has reiterated the travel restrictions it...

Global airlines brace for $113 billion revenue hit from coronavirus

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has announced a dramatic increase in the damage of the coronavirus to the global airline industry. It said the losses in sales could reach up to $113 billion if Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) continues to spread. This amount is way too high from what IATA previously expected in lost […]