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Qatar Airways has offered to provide capacity to British Airways as the UK carrier deals with scheduling disruption caused by engine maintenance on Boeing 787s.
Scandinavian budget carrier Norwegian has rejected two proposals from British Airways parent IAG to acquire the entire share capital of the company.
China Southern Airlines' first Boeing 787-9 has been delivered to its Guangzhou headquarters, joining a fleet of 10 787-8s.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) confirms it found an area of cracking and metal fatigue on the CFM International CFM56-7B fan blade that failed during a Southwest Airlines flight on 17 April.
A recent meeting with UK prime minister Theresa May has left Wizz Air chief executive Jozsef Varadi more hopeful that there will be an "orderly" Brexit.
American Airlines has ordered 15 Bombardier CRJ900s and 15 Embraer 175 regional jets, deals with a combined list-price value of roughly $1.4 billion.
New Zealand investigators have confirmed that two engine failures on Air New Zealand Boeing 787-9s last December were caused by known issues with the Rolls-Royce Trent 1000s intermedia presure turbine blades.
Australian investigators are probing a runway incursion at Perth airport on 28 April involving two Qantas operated Boeing 737-800s.
American Airlines will suspend service to Beijing Capital from Chicago O'Hare in October, amid a number of network changes this fall.
JetBlue Airways has unveiled the first Airbus A320 that has completed a cabin reconfiguration.
China Southern Airlines will not be actively marketing its premium-economy cabin when it opens a new route to Wuhan from London this month.
Rolls-Royce is reviewing the design of some components of the Trent 700 engine following the investigation of a bridstrike an engine failure involving an AirAsia X A330-300 on 3 July 2017.
The Indian government has stated that the winning bidder for Air India will receive complete freedom in managing the carrier.
Qantas has firmed options on six additional Boeing 787-9s and announced that it will retire its 747 fleet by 2020.
The Federal Aviation Administration has issued a new airworthiness directive requiring airlines to inspect fan blades on more CFM International CFM56-7B engines.
Though Air Canada lost money in the first quarter, executives insist the company remains on an upward swing thanks largely to efforts to boost revenue from business travelers.
Search teams hunting for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 are facing a closing weather window, with still no sign of the Boeing 777's wreckage.
Tigerair Australia flights may face disruption from 4-6 May as pilots take industrial action to resolve a deadlock over a pay dispute.
Air Canada has shifted its Boeing 737 Max delivery schedule, delaying some deliveries up to three years as it evaluates other aspects of its fleet, including performance of the Bombardier CSeries.
American Airlines plans to issue a $100 million subordinate enhanced equipment trust certificate (EETC) tranche to refinance a similarly sized deal that matures this year.