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Aegean Airlines has firmed up an order for 30 Airbus A320neo-family jets.
Russian investigators have disclosed that an Azur Air Boeing 757-200 experienced an in-flight upset with excessive pitch and roll while attempting to land at Antalya.
The UK government has signalled its readiness to reserve slots at an expanded London Heathrow airport in order to establish new public service obligation (PSO) subsides for domestic routes.
An Air New Zealand ATR 72-500 had to return to Napier airport following an engine incident on 22 June.
Singapore Airlines has revealed that it would transfer several Boeing 737s from its regional arm SilkAir to its low-cost unit Scoot.
Bombardier will showcase its new Atmosphere cabin on a CRJ900 painted in Delta Air Lines' colours at the Farnborough air show next month.
Virgin Atlantic chief commercial officer Shai Weiss will take the helm at the UK carrier after Craig Kreeger retires at year-end.
The UK government is recruiting a negotiator to handle EU talks aimed at finalising the post-Brexit aviation regulatory regime.
Russian investigators are to probe an incident involving a Rossiya Airbus A319 which experienced an engine event while transporting the Saudi Arabian national football team to Rostov-on-Don.
Russian budget carrier Pobeda has secured several favourable legal rulings after pursuing cost claims against passengers who forced flight diversions by smoking on board.
The Indian government has officially placed Air India's privatisation process on hold.
Argentina s low-cost startup Flybondi has surpassed Andes Lineas Aereas as the country s third largest airline, and is seeking 361 potential new route authorities to secure its long-term expansion.
Avianca has revived plans to launch a regional carrier with its fleet of ATR 72 turboprops, and will base the airline in Bogota.
Delta Air Lines has ordered 20 Bombardier CRJ900s to replace older regional jets in its feeder fleet.
Malaysia Airlines has dropped plans to retrofit its six Airbus A380s to a high-density seat configuration for pilgrimage flights.
The AirAsia Group has again refuted any wrongdoing in its dealings with the Indian government over its AirAsia India unit, following allegations of corruption made in a first information report registered by the Indian police.
Canadian startup Flair Airlines will increasingly center its flight network at Edmonton and intends to move its headquarters to the city in the coming months.
Airbus's third test-flight A330-900, carrying the colours of launch operator TAP Portugal, has landed in Lisbon after commencing the initial stage of route-proving flights.
Ethiopia's government is examining the possibility of selling part of the flag carrier to one or more African states.
Norwegian's chief executive Bjorn Kjos has revealed that the field of bidders for the airline includes Lufthansa as well as IAG and is not limited to those two.