Updated: 13 hours 32 min ago
Middle Eastern carrier Emirates has lost appeals over compensation liability for delayed flights outside of the European Union after UK judges originally reached contradictory rulings in two similar cases.
Airport security screening will become less intrusive in the future, but the technology necessary has yet to mature.
Operators of Airbus A380s with Engine Alliance GP7200 powerplants are being ordered to conduct an urgent inspection of the engines' fan hubs for damage.
GECAS has acquired a Boeing 747-8F leased to Russian carrier AirBridgeCargo Airlines from Boeing Capital Corporation.
Boeing has rolled out the first 787-10 aircraft out of the paint shop for its launch customer Singapore Airlines (SIA).
Qantas has struck an agreement with US bio-energy company SG Preston to use biofuels on its flights from Los Angeles International airport from 2020.
Two years from now, KLM will mark the centenary of its foundation: a milestone which it believes makes it the world's oldest continuously operating airline.
Lufthansa Group has signed an agreement with Air Berlin to acquire parts of the insolvent Oneworld carrier's operations.
An era in commercial aviation will end in December when the last Delta Air Lines Boeing 747 flies into the sunset, ending a near-half-century run for the iconic Jumbo Jet in US fleets.
Ryanair captain Imelda Comer has offered to serve as "a conduit to enable constructive engagement" between management and pilots.
Latvian carrier Air Baltic has started restoring services with Bombardier CS300s, following a suspension of the fleet for engine checks.
Dassault Aviation has revealed a long-term effort to develop an autonomous co-pilot for future business jets, says chairman and chief executive Eric Trappier.
Investigators are to put a damaged Air France Airbus A380 engine into storage in Canada, to protect it, while arrangement are made to transport the powerplant for analysis.
UK investigators have determined that a Flybe Bombardier Q400 tail-strike at Newcastle occurred after its throttle was reduced to an inappropriately low setting on approach.
China Express has taken delivery of its first Airbus A320, adding the type to its fleet of 32 Bombardier CRJ900s.
Latvian carrier Air Baltic is temporarily grounding its entire fleet of Bombardier CSeries jets pending technical checks on the engines.
UK regional carrier Eastern Airways has taken delivery of the first of two ATR 72-600s which it will use to support the oil and gas industry.
Delta Air Lines chief executive Ed Bastian is confident that the carrier will take delivery of the 75 Bombardier CS100s it has on order without paying a proposed 300% tariff on the aircraft.
Delta Air Lines saw its operating profit decrease 7% to $1.84 billion in the third quarter, as it took a $120 million hit from storms that hit the Southeast USA in September.
UK chancellor Philip Hammond has acknowledged the possibility of a halt to European flights following the UK's withdrawal from the European Union, but has also dismissed it as far-fetched.