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Bombardier on 23 March completed CSeries validation tests at London City airport and expects to receive certification to operate commercial flights to the facility in as little as six to eight weeks.
Alaska Air Group will retire the Virgin America brand in 2019, bringing the entire operation under the Alaska Airlines name, the Seattle-based company announces.
United Airlines and its Continental Micronesia subsidiary will merge on 1 April, completing a process that began in 2010.
Swiss International Air Lines has converted another five Bombardier CS100 orders to the larger CS300, a switch the airline had long considered.
UK transport secretary Chris Grayling insists that new restrictions on electronic devices do not amount to distrust of security measures in the six countries identified.
US security measures relating to personal electronic devices could have wider implications for passenger traffic flows, JP Morgan has suggested in a research note published today.
A jammed elevator appears to have contributed to the March runway overrun of an Ameristar Air Cargo Boeing MD-83 in Michigan, according to the National Transportation Safety Board.
Ronald Reagan Washington National airport is kicking off construction of a new concourse and expanded secure area, as it addresses rapidly rising passenger demand at the slot-controlled airport.
April schedules data from FlightGlobal shows that 75 airline services will be covered by new UK restrictions on the size of electronic devices that can be taken as hand luggage, around two-thirds of them on Turkish routes.
Bombardier's second CSeries flight test vehicle (FTV-2) has arrived at London, where the aircraft is to undergo validation for operation at London City airport.
The US government's latest air travel security measures could impact nearly 18,000 daily passengers travelling on some 50 routes to the USA from the Middle East and Africa, according to schedule data reviewed by FlightGlobal.
The industry s pilot shortage is receiving much attention, but airlines must also address the risk of failing to secure top talent further back in the aircraft as the job-market advantage swings towards candidates, writes Sam Sprules, director at AeroProfessional
US regulators have identified 10 airports which will be subjected to new security measures regarding commercial flights to the USA.
Asian lessor BOC Aviation has ordered 13 Boeing 737 Max 8 re-engined jets.
NokScoot has identified North Asia as the next region it plans to grow into, but this will depend on the lifting of restrictions placed after ICAO issued a significant safety concern (SSC) on Thailand in 2015.
Malaysian carrier Malindo Air will be the first carrier to put the Boeing 737 Max 8 into commercial service.
Police have located the propeller that detached from the right-hand engine of a Regional Express Saab 340 that was enroute to Sydney on 17 March.
A tweet from Royal Jordanian set of speculation on 20 March that the US government may soon prohibit passengers from carrying a range of electronic devices in the cabins of aircraft from some foreign countries bound for the USA.
Possible fatalities are being reported from a Sudanese aircraft which crashed at the South Sudanese city of Wau.
United Airlines will retire its last Boeing 747-400 in late October after nearly half a century with the carrier.