Aviation agency keen to develop global system to Improve trackIng and locate fallen planes quickly
Agency yet to confirm discovery as ships widen search area to allow for strong currents
Malaysian palm-oil refiners facing a margin squeeze from the recent imposition of the zero crude palm oil (CPO) export tax are bracing for an extension of the zero duty, which is expected to remain until next month.
Flood "tourists" are causing heavy traffic from Kota Baru to Kuala Krai and Gua Musang and delaying the delivery of aid to the victims.
Indonesia says it 'flew beyond terms' of permit; licence may be at risk, official says; big parts of jet found on sea floor
Divers still seeking main fuselage of AirAsia jet; tail of plane detected
Greenery, like at the huge forest area in Malaysia, turns jaded urbanites into friendly people
Floodwaters were subsiding in Malaysia yesterday as the country started counting the cost. The waters displaced more than 250,000 people at their peak, state-run news agency Bernama said, the most ever recorded in Malaysia's seasonal flooding.
Dozens of divers on standby near site of AirAsia wreckage off Borneo
Three aviation tragedies involving Asian airlines within the space of nine months will not stop the implementation of the Asean open skies policy that kicked off yesterday as scheduled.