亚马逊云账号（www.2km.me）提供aws账号、aws全区号、aws32v账号、亚马逊云账号出售，提供api ，质量稳定，数量持续。另有售azure oracle linode等账号.
KUALA LUMPUR: Despite expectations that 2022 will be a year of recovery, it could be a bumpy road ahead for the aviation sector given the ongoing disruption to international travel by the Covid-19 threat.Following the easing of interstate border restrictions, domestic travel will likely recover ahead of international travel in 2022, giving airlines a lower international mix."As overall air travel recovery 2022 will be mainly driven by domestic segment, we do not anticipate airport operators to recover in similar trend, as domestic travels command lower spending power and provide lower margins."Similarly, a majority of airlines will be relocating their capacities into domestic segment and hence, face stiff competition with limited flight deployment by the respective airlines, resulting to low asset utilisation," said Hong Leong Investment Bank Research (HLIB) in a report, where it upgraded its sector recommendation to "neutral".The research firm noted that the reopening of international borders is heavily dependent on governments' confidence in each other's Covid-19 measures, while Asia-Pacific governments in general have a lower risk tolerance as compared to those in the US and Europe.To make matters worse, the discovery of the Omicron variant has raised international concern with governments staying cautious and re-assessing each other's risk.Nevertheless, HLIB does not expect Omicron to result in another strict national lockdown in 2022."We believe current governments and public (especially Asia region) have higher awareness and increasingly embracing vaccination requirements and new normal practices," it said.Moving forward, the research firm expects Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) to remain in the red in the near term given concerns over the recovery of international air travel."While we believe the worst should be over with borders generally reopening, the on-going virus mutation may prolong strict and controlled air travel measures, affecting the potential turnaround of the airports," it said.However, it added that the airport operator has secured enough liquidity into 2022-2023.HLIB maintained its "hold" recommendation on the counter with an unchanged target price of RM6.Similarly, the brokerage also kept its "hold" call on AirAsia Group with an unchanged target price of 84 sen.It said AirAsia will benefit from the reopening of the regional economy, domestic air travel and regional air travel as the vaccination rate grows in the regional population and healthcare systems improve."The recently completed RCUIDS rights exercise has certainly improved its existing weak balance sheet position. Management remains committed to further improve the group’s balance sheet and liquidity."The fast growing digital business segment may provide a strong upside to the group’s valuation," it added.