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Oman Air toying with idea of budget airline

MUSCAT, Oman - Oman Air has roped in two international consultants — Seabury and Oxford Economics — to conduct a feasibility study to launch a low-cost airline.

EasyJet to launch Manchester-Moscow service

LONDON, England - UK low-fare carrier easyJet has confirmed it will base an eighth aircraft at Manchester Airport from next year to enable it to introduce a further three new destinations to its netwo

Malaysia to launch new low-cost airline

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak on Tuesday announced the setting up of a new low-cost airline known as Malindo Airways.

Jetstar Japan takes delivery of its first Airbus A320 aircraft

Jetstar Japan, one of Japan’s newest low-cost carriers (LCC), has taken delivery of its first Airbus A320 aircraft in Toulouse, France.

Qantas, JAL to launch low-cost domestic carrier in Japan

The Qantas Group and Japan Airlines are believed to be in advanced talks about starting a low-cost domestic carrier in Japan.

ANA and HK investor to establish budget airline joint venture

TOKYO, Japan - All Nippon Airways Co. said Tuesday that it will establish its low-cost airline joint venture with a Hong Kong investment firm in mid-February under the name A&F-Aviation Co.

UAE may launch new low-cost airline in Abu Dhabi

The United Arab Emirates is looking into licensing a third low-cost airline in the emirate of Abu Dhabi, al-Khaleej newspaper reported today citing the head of the General Civil Aviation Authority Sai

TUI says it will form a low-cost airline with Lufthansa

FRANKFURT — German travel and transport group TUI and airline Lufthansa are working on creating a new low-cost carrier, the TUI Travel subsidiary said on Tuesday.The partners have signed a letter of intent for a merger of TUI Travel, Hapag-Lloyd and Hapag-Lloyd Express with Lufthansa units Germanwings and Eurowings, a statement said.

New low-cost airline from South Africa to Europe

A new low-cost airline will soon be whisking South Africans from Cape Town and Durban to London's Stansted airport, with tickets set to start from just R1999 one-way, excluding taxes.The airline, to be named Redair, is the brainchild of airline entrepreneur Andy Cluver, who runs local charter company Civair.