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SpiceJet recorded an operating profit of Rs3.88 billion ($60.3 million) for the year ended 31 March 2017, a marginal increase of 0.7% against the previous corresponding period.
Virgin Australia remains focused on its bilateral tie-ups in key markets rather than seeking to participate in any of the major alliances, even with some of them now offering second-tier memberships.
Embraer sees its next generation E195-E2 as the "solution" to JetBlue Airways' concerns with the E190, says Embraer Commercial Aircraft chief John Slattery.
Panama's Copa Airlines says its new Colombian low-cost affiliate Wingo is performing better than expected, but doesn't foresee it will produce a profit until 2018.
Air Canada sees an opportunity to forge a closer relationship with United Airlines, five years after the Star Alliance carriers last attempted a joint venture.
IATA is two or three weeks away from announcing its first agreements with national air navigation service providers (ANSPs) under its revised effort towards achieving its Single European Sky (SES) goal.
American Airlines and the operator of Los Angeles International airport have agreed to a $1.6 billion investment to improve the carrier's facilities.
US carriers are still committed to the Carbon Offset and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA), says Alexandre de Juniac, IATA s director-general, on the eve of the association s AGM in Cancun.
The outgoing chairman of IATA's board of governors, Willie Walsh, believes the association s recruitment of Alexandre de Juniac has given it the right voice at a crucial time for the industry.
Norwegian expects to take its first Boeing 737 Max 8 at the end of June, the second delivery delay since the airframer disclosed a possible manufacturing flaw in types engine.
Robotic pilots may first be asked to replace the human co-pilot in freighters. And after that?
FlightGlobal data shows the number of commercial simulators operating world-wide as holding fairly steady in the 1,200-unit range over the past four years, with retirements roughly equalling the number of new units coming into service
EgyptAir has begun codesharing with Kenya Airways.
ICAO has not set a firm date for removing Thailand's red flag status, but says the country's procedures for awarding air operator's certificates have improved.
Southwest Airlines is prepared to move into a new international concourse at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International airport later in June, with four new international destinations set to launch this weekend.
IAG chief executive Willie Walsh has confirmed that the group's new budget long-haul carrier Level will expand its fleet next year and may add new bases to its network.
A Malaysia Airlines Airbus A330-300 operating a flight to Kuala Lumpur returned to Melbourne late in the evening 31 May after a passenger made bomb threats and attempted to enter the cockpit.
Air New Zealand has pushed back delivery of its first re-engined Airbus A320 and A321neos to the second half of 2018.
Some relationships are smooth from day one, some are on-again/off-again, finally ending in a breakup. Thai Airways' relationship with Nok Air probably fits the latter category.