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The loss of connection of Malaysia Airlines has attracted much attention, and investment confidence has fallen.

at 1:20 a.m. Beijing time on the 8th, a Boeing 777 airliner of malaysia airlines flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, China lost contact. According to past experience, the market's confidence in Airbus has not been significantly impacted after the flight failed to connect due to poor transaction

at 1:20 a.m. Beijing time on the 8th, a Boeing 777 airliner of malaysia airlines flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, China lost contact. As of 1 a.m. on the 10th, the Malaysia Airlines passenger plane had lost contact for 46 hours, with more than 150 Chinese passengers on board. Li Keqiang, member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and Premier of the State Council, respectively made important instructions, and the Ministry of foreign affairs and the civil aviation administration responded urgently

after the lost flight incident, Malaysia Airlines, a Southeast Asian airline, has attracted global attention, and the economic impact will begin to appear. It is understood that Malaysia Airlines has suffered serious losses for several consecutive years. The company originally planned to turn from loss to profit in 2014, but analysts believe that there is a high probability that the share price of Malaysia Airlines will be significantly impacted by the event, exacerbating the company's operational crisis

as the event occurred on Saturday, which is a non trading day, it is not possible to directly see the market's judgment on the future of Malaysia Airlines from the stock price. According to past experience, after the Asiana Airlines accident, the share price of Boeing, the aircraft manufacturer, was relatively stable. After the flight loss of Air France in 2009, the market confidence in Airbus was not significantly impacted. However, the stock prices of relevant airlines will be affected to varying degrees

Li Lei, deputy director of National Securities Research Institute and senior aviation analyst, told the Beijing news that such a major event is undoubtedly bad news for airlines. Out of the investor psychology of avoiding risks, the stock price of Malaysia Airlines will be significantly impacted by events in the short term

it is worth noting that as the national airline of Malaysia, although the fleet is relatively developed and the transportation capacity is one of the major airlines in Southeast Asia, it has not achieved satisfactory performance. It is reported that in 2013, the net loss of Malaysia Airlines reached 1.173.69 billion ringgit (Malaysian currency, about 2.2 billion yuan), and the loss was 2.7 times that of the previous year. In the previous fiscal year 2011, Malaysia Airlines had a net loss of 4.74 billion yuan, and in fiscal year 2012, a net loss of 810 million yuan

in this regard, civil aviation experts and experts from the China Air Transport Association molded the regenerated materials into finished products. Qi Qi, member of the committee, told Xinjing and developed a very efficient cannon LS10 hybrid headline for this purpose. He said that the world's leading Pan American Airlines went bankrupt three years later because of the explosion of a terrorist bomb over Lockerbie, Scotland, in 1988 (Lockerbie air crash killed 270 people). For Malaysia Airlines, which has suffered losses for many years and has not improved, it is not easy to judge whether the lost flight incident will become the last straw to crush it

yesterday, I consulted many travel agencies such as Caesar travel, Jetta travel, CYTS (18.99, 0.00, 0.00%), CITS, as well as ticket booking service providers such as Ctrip and qunar. Among the above travel agencies, some teams that have not traveled to Malaysia recently, and the companies that have arranged tour groups, said that they have not received the news of passengers' application for withdrawal. Qi Qi also said that the loss of contact was an accident of Malaysia Airlines and would not have a great impact on the local tourism industry in Malaysia

in terms of tickets, Ctrip and qunar also told the Beijing news that they had been monitoring the loss of contact after the flight incident, and had not found a large-scale refund and change of tickets of Malaysia Airlines. An industry source said that the flight loss was an accident. According to past experience, consumers generally will not be affected by the accidental events of an airline and choose to return or change their visa. Under normal circumstances, a large-scale consumer behavior of returning and changing tickets will occur only when an accident occurs at an airport

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