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Qatar Airways chief executive Akbar Al Baker has disclosed that the airline made a "substantial" full-year loss, the extent of which will be revealed in about a month's time.
Budget carrier Norwegian has yet to ascertain the degree of potential disruption from a revised inspection regime on Boeing 787 engines.
China s leading online travel agency Ctrip has concluded a strategic investment in Boom Supersonic.
Air New Zealand will wet lease an Airbus A340 from Portuguese carrier Hi Fly owing to issues with the Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 afflicting its Boeing 787-9 fleet.
JetBlue Airways is expanding its footprint at its Boston and Fort Lauderdale focus cities, as it continues to focus its growth at both airports.
Alaska Air Group's "cutover" this morning to a single reservations system has not caused cancellations or otherwise disrupted the company's network, suggesting Alaska might have completed without major hiccups a task that has marred previous airline mergers.
London City is working with Embraer to have the E190-E2 certified for operations at the gateway during 2019.
Russian carrier Azur Air has given stronger signals that it is looking to acquire Boeing 777s for its operaitons.
Transavia acknowledges overcapacity in some markets in Europe, but notes "North Africa is not struggling right now for tourism" and that Turkish demand has made "a small improvement".
Canadian investigators have disclosed that an ATR 42-300 which crashed shortly after take-off from Fond-du-Lac airport had not been de-iced before departure.
All Nippon Airways (ANA) will equip its three on order Airbus A380s with 520 seats, the second highest seat density deployed on the type.
Delta Air Lines and Korean Air will launch their planned joint venture on 1 May, meeting the tight deadline they set for implementation less than a month ago.
Air Malta is pursuing its vision to be "the airline of the Mediterranean" partly to ensure that growth potential is not restricted by the carrying capacity of its home nation's tourism industry, acting chief executive Joseph Galea has indicated.
New data-protection rules being introduced in Europe could create opportunities for airlines, in the view of Finnair commercial chief Juha Jarvinen.
Leisure carrier SunExpress considered launching UK services but opted not to because of the uncertainty created by the UK's impending departure from the EU.
Budget carrier Ryanair is ordering another 25 Boeing 737 Max 8s, taking its overall commitment to 135 of the re-engined twinjets.
United Airlines has taken delivery of its first Boeing 737 Max 9, marking the stretched Max variant's debut at a US carrier.
Air Nostrum is creating a new Irish-based airline called Hibernian Airlines which is expected to begin operations
Stockholm Arlanda airport is benefiting from the lack of free capacity at some of the big European hubs, which is prompting long-haul operators to consider second-tier facilities, according to Ole Wieth Christensen, director of route development at operator Swedavia.
Adria and an undisclosed lessor are in talks to acquire former Swiss carrier Darwin Airline s fleet of six Saab 2000s.