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Budget carrier Norwegian s Irish subsidiary, Norwegian Air International, is attributing to non-recurring costs a full-year operating loss of more than $456 million.
Middle Eastern carrier Gulf Air has received its first Airbus A320neo, following a delivery flight from Toulouse.
Utah-based SkyWest Airlines will operate 20 Bombardier CRJ900s that Delta Air Lines ordered in June.
EasyJet s announcement in early August that it would be recruiting 28 data scientists reflects chief executive Johan Lundgren s focus on leveraging the power of big data .
On paper Air Canada chief operating officer and president Benjamin Smith appears to have the skills needed to become the next group chief executive of Air France-KLM, but whether he can overcome the opposition of Air France's combative trade unions and win their trust will be the real test.
On the surface the extraordinary Q400 larceny at Seattle might inevitably seem to be a prelude to new security countermeasures. But it only seems that way.
AirAsia X co-group chief executive Tony Fernandes has reaffirmed the long-haul low-cost carrier's intention to start flights to the west coast of the United States via Japan after it receives its first Airbus A330neos in late 2019.
The first officer of a Boeing 737-300 Freighter operated by Qantas unit Express Freighters Australia became incapacitated during an emergency descent on 15 August.
Two United Airlines aircraft have clipped wings on the tarmac at Chicago O'Hare International airport.
No passengers or crew were injured when a Xiamen Airlines Boeing 737-800 suffered an apparent runway excursion at Manila on 16 August, the airline confirms.
A Xiamen Airlines Boeing 737-800 came to rest on its belly after an apparent runway excursion at Manila Ninoy Aquino International airport the evening of 16 August, according to multiple media reports.
Air France-KLM has appointed Benjamin Smith as its next chief executive, three months after Jean-Marc Janaillac resigned following failed labour negotiations.
Emerging into Denver International airport's Great Hall from the train from the city, one sees a terminal bursting at its seams.
Swiss investigators have instructed Junkers Ju 52 operator JU-Air to ensure passengers remain seated during pleasure flights and have insisted that the carrier introduces a greater altitude safety margin when it resumes services.
An update on latest developments in the progress of some of the planned airline start-ups, together with those airlines that have suspended or ceased operations in recent months
The right wing tip of a Cathay Pacific Boeing 777-300ER was severely damaged in an incident at Rome Fiumicino Leonardo Da Vinci airport on 15 August.
The accelerated weakening of the Turkish lira in recent days came after the country's two leading airlines announced encouraging financial results for the second quarter.
Compensation-claim processing site Flightright has initiated legal action in Germany on behalf of passengers seeking compensation caused by Ryanair flight delays and cancellations resulting from strikes.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is now interviewing airport and airline workers as part of its inquiry into the theft and subsequent crash of a Horizon Air Bombardier Q400 turboprop on 10 August.
Russian investigators are claiming that several recommendations intended to enhance and reinforce pilot training have yet to be introduced.