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Cabin crew employed under British Airways' mixed-fleet contract are planning to renew strike action unless the airline "hammers out" a new agreement on pay and conditions.
If departing EasyJet chief executive Carolyn McCall is replaced by a man in the top role at the UK low-cost carrier later this year, it will cut by a third the number of female leaders at airline groups that featured in Flight Airline Business's recently published ranking of the top 100 by revenue.
The news that US regional carrier Silver Airways has signed a letter of intent for up to 50 ATR 42-600 turboprops will be welcome news in Toulouse.
Indonesian regulators are investigating an incident in which a Lion Air Boeing 737-900ER and a Wings Air ATR 72-500 clipped wings at Medan's Kualanamu airport.
Air India believes it is an "operationally viable" airline as compared to two years ago, but is still concerned about its financial situation.
Singapore-based lessor BOC Aviation has firmed up its commitment to order 10 Boeing 737 Max 10s made at the Paris air show in June.
Malaysia Airlines (MAB) believes that traffic from China could further drive its business and will launch more new routes to capitalise on that demand.
Nearly six years after a major structuring, privately-owned US regional carrier Silver Airways is poised for its next major evolution, announcing a broad fleet overhaul and a new chief executive.
Qatar Airways has dropped plans to buy a 10% stake in American Airlines, following continued opposition by the US carrier.
Lufthansa Group has highlighted the challenges that persist in the air freight market, despite a recent uptick.
Lufthansa Group's adjusted EBIT rose 75% in the second quarter, to 1.02 billion ($1.2 billion).
Air China has picked Panasonic Avionics to equip its incoming Airbus A350-900s with inflight entertainment and connectivity.
China Airlines has deployed Airbus A350-900s on its services to Vancouver, completing its aircraft upgrade programme on its North American network.
Air Canada saw its cash balances increase nearly 12% to C$4.05 billion ($3.23 billion) during the second quarter.
US regional carrier Silver Airways has signed a letter of intent for up to 50 ATR 42-600 aircraft, identifying a replacement for its aging fleet of Saab 340Bs after a nearly two year search.
Indian low-cost carrier IndiGo is still unhappy about the continued problems with its fleet of Pratt & Whitney PW1100G-powered Airbus A320neos.
An Inmarsat Aviation survey shows the growing importance of on-board wi-fi to air travellers, with more than half willing to pay for the service.
Virgin Australia is all but certain to report yet another underlying loss for the year ended 30 June, as it continues to struggle against its high-flying competitor Qantas.
American Airlines plans to invest $200 million in China Southern Airlines hinge on approval of a "slot exchange", says executive vice-president of corporate affairs Stephen Johnson.
LATAM Airlines Group plans to issue a UF8.7 million ($359 million) unsecured bond in Chile, with proceeds used to repay its TAM Capital 3 debt.