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The high cost of ownership for new-generation widebodies is a key obstacle in the development of long-haul, low-cost air travel, argues SpiceJet managing director Ajay Singh.
United Airlines first Boeing 767-300ER with its Polaris business class seat enters service today, flying between Newark and London Heathrow.
Emirates Airline president Tim Clark believes long-haul carriers need to brace for an inevitable threat from low-cost competition, but argues that the Middle Eastern airline has flexibility to counter the challenge.
What does it take to be an airline pilot? Ambition, certainly. Aptitude, without a doubt. An ability to work as part of a team, of course. And, for many aspiring aviators, an awful lot of cash. To qualify to fly an airliner can mean shelling out a six-figure dollar sum.
Hurricane Irma has caused extreme damage to Saint Martin's Princess Juliana International airport, long a popular spot among aviation fans for catching up-close views of incoming aircraft, according to reports.
Hopeful Canadian upstart Jetlines has signed a letter of intent with an unnamed US lessor to acquire two Boeing 737-800s aircraft that would supplement the carrier's plans to purchase at least five new 737 Max.
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All Nippon Airways has taken delivery of the first Pratt & Whitney PW1100G-JM powered Airbus A321neo.
United Airlines plans to replace the majority of its Boeing 777-200ER fleet with Airbus A350-900s, says chief financial officer Andrew Levy.
Air Berlin is to terminate all long-haul flights from the German capital and discontinue an Orlando service from Dusseldorf.
Ryanair is changing its baggage policy as its struggles to accommodate carry-on luggage in overhead cabin space are causing delays.
US regional carrier SkyWest Airlines has ordered 25 Embraer 175s, of which 15 will initially be configured with 70 seats.
Boeing has again raised its forecast for new aircraft demand out of China, predicting a need for 7,240 aircraft over the next 20 years, accounting for 18% of the global total.
Brazilian carrier Gol and GECAS have finalised a sale-and-leaseback and direct lease deals covering 12 Boeing 737 aircraft.
Ukrainian investigators have disclosed that they are probing an overrun by an Embraer ERJ-145 at Zaporizhia.
The terror incidents in and around Barcelona in mid-August left another of the region's destinations reeling from attacks targeted at locations popular with tourists.
Airbus, Boeing and Bombardier delivered 16 of their new narrowbody aircraft in July, figures from Flight Fleets Analyzer show.
EgyptAir has disclosed that a ban on electronic devices on board its services to the UK has been lifted.
A cadet pilot flying a Jetstar Airbus A320 applied excessive force to the aircraft s sidestick controller on as it rotated, resulting in the aircraft s tail striking the runway as it took off from Melbourne Tullamarine airport on 11 May 2016.
S&P Global does not foresee any impact to the ratings of Southwest Airlines or United Airlines from Hurricane Harvey.