Updated: 7 hours 38 min ago
United Airlines final Boeing 747-400 will fly into the sunset on 7 November, operating a special final flight between San Francisco and Honolulu.
Russia's Interstate Aviation Committee has re-ignited a rift with federal air transport regulator Rosaviatsia, with an extraordinary attack on its certification capabilities.
Icelandic budget airline Wow Air's first Airbus A320neo has suffered ramp-collision damage just five months after the jet was delivered.
EasyJet is to participate in the insolvency process for German carrier Air Berlin, confirming its interest in possible asset acquisition.
Budget airline Ryanair has listed dozens of flights which it is cancelling in order to cope with a strain on crew availability over the next six weeks.
Alaska Air Group will end service at Colorado Springs on 4 November due to a shortage of pilots at subsidiary Horizon Air, the Colorado Springs airport announces.
UK regional operator Flybe has introduced new procedures to check Bombardier Q400 engine panels are properly closed after two incidents involving the same aircraft in five weeks.
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One of Ryanair's Boeing 737-800s has been diverted to East Midlands airport after departing London Stansted, with initial indications that it lost a wheel on take-off.
Patee Sarasin stepped down as chief executive of Nok Air on 14 September, and has been succeeded by NokScoot chief Piya Yodmani.
The head of Hawaiian Airlines says the Federal Aviation Administration has certified the Airbus A321neo's Pratt & Whitney PW1100G-JM engine for extended over-water flights.
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As airlines ramp up their investments in IT and keep their systems secure, they are also looking to increase insurance to provide cover for more than just hack attacks and data breaches.
Boeing has rolled out the first 737 Max in the American Airlines livery, ahead of the carrier's first delivery later this month.
American Airlines is evaluating the future of its Airbus A350-900 commitments, as it continues to deal with the varied orderbook it gained through its merger with US Airways four years ago.
Cathay Pacific is converting six of its Airbus A350-1000s to the smaller -900, and deferring delivery of five other -1000s by a year.
Supporters of an overhaul of US air traffic control (ATC) expressed doubt on 13 September that the US Senate will pass a controversial proposal that would privatise US ATC.
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American Airlines will remove the Bombardier Dash 8-100 from its regional fleet in November, ending a more than three-decade run for the type in the feeder fleets of the carrier and its predecessors.
Malaysia Airlines has signed a tentative agreement with Boeing to order eight 787-9s, and take purchase rights on additional eight 737 Max 8s.