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A German insolvency court will consider a move by administrators of collapsed carrier Air Berlin to seek damages of up to 2 billion ($2.3 billion) from the carrier's former shareholder Etihad Airways.
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Kazakhstan flag carrier Air Astana foresees that its Embraer 190-E2s will open up new destinations in eastern Europe and China.
Malaysia Airlines will miss its target to return to profit in 2018, and has warned that next year looking equally challenging.
Tigerair Australia pilots will impose some work bans between 21 and 24 December over a pay dispute with the carrier, which may result in some flight delays during the lead-up to Christmas.
China s aviation regulator has put out an action plan targeted at building the country into an aviation powerhouse.
AirAsia has confirmed that it has been approached by 13 potential purchasers for some of its aircraft and its aircraft leasing business, including US fund Castlelake.
Transport Canada has cut maximum on-duty periods for pilots and tweaked pilot rest requirements in a move regulators describe as more-closely aligning Canadian rules with international standards.
Minnesota-based Sun Country Airlines plans to have at least 40% of its fleet on capital leases or under direct ownership, as it moves away from operating leases under an extensive plan to overhaul costs following a change in ownership earlier this year.
Airline body IATA is optimistic that the relevant governments will take the necessary steps to ensure continuity of air services after the UK's scheduled departure from the European Union on 29 March 2019.
Aviation Capital Group has moved to repossess eight Airbus A320s and one A319 that were leased to embattled carrier Avianca Brazil.
The threat of a strike by Air New Zealand aircraft maintenance and logistics staff in the lead-up to Christmas has been averted after the airline struck a new deal with two unions.
The operator of Washington Dulles and American Airlines are discussing new flights, even as the mainline carrier prepares to expand at Ronald Reagan Washington National.
Hawaiian Airlines may soon invest in onboard wireless internet assuming that expected technological improvements bring reliable satellite communications to far reaches of the Pacific Ocean.
Latin American budget carrier Viva Air has selected Teledyne Controls to provide hard- and software to collect aircraft data and distribute on-board system software updates across a fleet of Airbus A320 jets
Financially troubled Avianca Brazil has cancelled about 3% of its daily operations today, even as the airline says it has secured the release of fleet to ensure that operations continue following yesterday's bankruptcy protection filing.
The appointment of Anne Rigail as the new chief executive of Air France is a positive end to a year in which gender diversity among airline leaders was thrust into the spotlight for all the wrong reasons.
Air France has named Anne Rigail as its new chief executive.
Lufthansa has revealed the first Airbus A380 to carry the German airline s recently-revamped aircraft livery.
Hainan Airlines is seeking rights to launch a daily Guiyang-Paris service from January.