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Turkish low-cost carrier Pegasus Airlines is to exercise options for 25 more Airbus A321neos.
Delta Air Lines concluded its farewell tour for the Boeing 747 at Minneapolis/St Paul International airport today, a fitting finale for the queen of the skies at the former home of Northwest Airlines.
Hawaiian Airlines aims to assume oversight of its Ohana by Hawaiian turboprop operation after agreeing to buy some of the assets of bankrupt Island Air for $750,000, after the regional carrier shut down in November.
The world s top airlines largely kept faith with their chief executives in 2017 as they navigated a year of record profits, with no changes occurring at any of the top 10 groups by revenue.
Investigators have disclosed that Germania banned pilots' flying manual visual approaches under supervision, after an unstable descent by a relatively inexperienced first officer led an Airbus A321 to land hard at Fuerteventura.
UK legislators are publishing a new bill intended to simplify prosecution of people who threaten aircraft safety by directing laser beams at cockpits.
Italian leisure carrier Neos took delivery of its first Boeing 787-9 on 18 December.
Delta Air Lines' final regularly scheduled Boeing 747 flight lands today, ending the 47-year run for the queen of the skies at US passenger carriers.
Delta Air Lines has asked Bombardier to guarantee all 75 CS100s ordered in April 2016 will be assembled in Mobile, Alabama, instead of Canada, a top airline executive says.
Inside a Hamburg maintenance hangar belonging to Lufthansa Technik (LHT), a 40-year-old Boeing 747 Special Performance is undergoing a heavy check to help keep the heavily modified, NASA-owned aircraft in service until 2034.
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Flydubai has begun flights to Kilimanjaro, its third destination in Tanzania, using a Boeing 737 Max 8 jet.
Airlines largely kept a grip on their improved profitability off the back of continued strong air travel demand, but the positive mood was punctuated during 2017 by a series of high-profile challenges and service interruptions which dominated headlines.
Heathrow Airport has outlined 2.5 billion ($3.3 billion) in potential cost savings relating to its proposed third runway and associated infrastructure.
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Canadian carrier West Wind Aviation has temporarily grounded its remaining ATR fleet after the crash of an ATR 42-300 as it departed on a domestic service.
The power has been restored at Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Intranational Airport, after a 12-hour blackout across all terminals caused a cessation of operations.
Investigators have disclosed that the crew of an unbalanced Airbus A320 which sustained several violent tail-strikes during take-off from Verona initially chose to continue the flight in breach of operating regulations.
A complete power outage has stopped flight operations at Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, with terminals in blackout conditions.
Delta Air Lines is tightening its focus on cost control in 2018, after seeing unit costs rise as much as 5% this year.