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At ACES, we assist our clients by conducting rigorous market research, analysis of current and future market conditions and more. With emphasis on the Southeast Asian region, our team of aviation experts provides insight on developments in the commercial sector and aviation policy. By taking a holistic approach, we are able to advise our clients on areas of market growth, opportunities and growth strategies.
As of Sep 05th, 2021 Unsurprisingly, the aviation industry was tremendously affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Tourism and business travel practically disappeared by the second
(as of Aug 15, 2021) The aviation industry has seen a considerable improvement since mid-2021, particularly in the domestic market. The many ups and downs
As of July 05, 2021 With a good part of the population already vaccinated against Covid-19 and an improvement in the overall numbers, it is
Malaysia Airlines, a prominent airline in Asia and part of the one world airline alliance group, is the flag carrier airline of Malaysia, a company
The year of 2021 has just started, with the aviation industry still mired in the doldrums of the Covid 19 pandemic. The first fatal
It has been 10 months since the spread of Covid-19 globally and the situation still seems bleak, affecting different business, especially the aviation and air travel business.
The COVID-19 outbreak has affected business operations in all industries. As the global threat intensifies, entities that were not part of the typical mainstream industries had to halt their activities.
COVID-19, better known as the coronavirus, has been sweeping across the globe, massively affecting every aspect of life and bringing about unprecedented challenges.
When the COVID-19 pandemic started to emerge in late January 2020, no one even could even imagine the enormous consequences that would impact all industries and the lives of everyone globally.
Global aviation has been one of the worst-hit industries by the NOVEL COVID-19 virus. As the global death toll due to this pandemic COVID-19 exceeds 940000, the number of casualties has been lower in Southeast Asia than in other regions, such as America and Europe. The numbers however have increasing since June 2020.