Corporate Bits | Airasia announces usd13 flights with “megasale” fares

Air-AsiaAirAsia says it is “leading the charge in the global airfare war” with its “Megasale” fares. The Malaysian airline is presenting flights from as little as USD13 in the wake of its two major disasters this year. The AirAsia Mega sale runs until August 31, with the fares valid for travel from March 1 to October 24, 2015.
The Kuala Lumpur based economical airline is offering sale fares from Australia to the Malaysian capital, with onward flights and flights from Australia to Bali.
The loss of flight MH370 in March, followed by last month’s loss of MH17, have affected not only Malaysia Airlines but Malaysian tourism overall, particularly tourist arrivals from China. The sale comes as images of empty Malaysia Airlines flights circulate online and as the airline boosted the commission its offering travel agents in Australia.
Announcing the sale, commercial head of Australia of AirAsia and New Zealand Stuart Myerscough said with increased capacity between Asia and Australia and strong airline competition, there had never been a better time to fly internationally.

The Parisian Macaothe parisian macao receives construction permit

Las Vegas Sands Corp. and its majority-owned subsidiary, Sands China Ltd., announced yesterday that the company has received the government permit needed for construction on the USD2.7 billion Parisian Macao to resume this week.
The company said additional permits will be necessary as the development continues, but after undergoing a brief work stoppage, this approval enables work on the critical podium structure to restart immediately.

Sino Aviation Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting Ceremonygrand opening of sino aviation co. ltd.

The solely owned subsidiary of Sino Jet Management Co. Ltd., Sino Aviation Services Co. Ltd (Sino Aviation), a one-stop solution private jet management company, has been set up in Macau.
Sino Jet, headquartered in Hong Kong, serves private jet travelers.
Recognizing an opportunity within the recent strong economic growth, Sino Jet decided to further expand its business to Macau, set up the solely owned subsidiary, Sino Aviation Services Co. Ltd, and is expecting to provide comprehensive support to Sino Jet and grasp more business opportunities.
The Grand Opening Ceremony was held on Monday at the Sino Aviation Macau office, with over 60 guests who attended.
At the ribbon cutting ceremony, Mr. Vicky Chan was appointed as Sino Aviation’s General Manager by Ms. Jenny Lau, CEO of Sino Jet Management Co. Ltd.

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