East Asia

Air cargo: supply chain bottlenecks in Asia may break promising trends

While international passenger air travel levels in East Asia and Southeast Asia remain low, air cargo continues to increase....


What does the future hold for Cathay Pacific?

Cathay Pacific was among the airlines worst affected by COVID-19. But what does the future hold for Cathay Pacific post-pandemic?...


Aviation history in East and Southeast Asia | Quiz

How well do you know the aviation history of East and Southeast Asia? Take this quiz and find out....


What makes in-flight service from Asian carriers so efficient?

Asian carriers are known to provide exceptional in-flight service. Here, AeroTime explores what it takes to provide sterling service with a smile  ...


How well do you know aviation in East and Southeast Asia? | Quiz

October 2021 marks East and Southeast Asia month at AeroTime, where our team focuses on the aviation industry in the region....


East and Southeast Asia: when will domestic and international travel recover?

The recovery in the East and Southeast Asia region may take another three years.  ...


New wave of international flight suspensions in Asia

With the surge of coronavirus cases and the new mutation discovered in the United Kingdom, countries are closing their borders to international arrivals. ...


Top 5 Best Places In The World To Work As A Pilot

Making the right career move in your pilot career is crucial, so sometimes making a decision is quite difficult. However, we have the answer. These are the best locations to work in as a pilot:...


Korean Air: from raging heiresses to chief’s embezzlement probe

Another scandal hits the largest airline and flag carrier of South Korea, and this time it involves the man at the top. Korean Air Lines Chairman and CEO is set to stand trial in an embezzlement case as prosecutors say he took millions-of-dollars in fees meant for the carrier by unfairly awarding contracts to family-owned businesses.  ...


Japan considers adding “sayonara tax” by 2020

To capitalize on blooming tourism, Japan is considering adding a “departure tax” by 2020. The tax of $9 (1000 yen) would be added to existing airport service fees and would apply to passengers leaving the country....