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United Arab Emirates authorities are denying that the Gulf state has opened its airspace to Qatari aircraft, following a NOTAM route amendment.
Investigators have found that undetected release of the parking brake and premature removal of chocks led to an EasyJet Airbus A320's suffering damage as it rolled backwards at London Gatwick.
Virgin Australia is planning to equip its core fleet of Boeing 737s, 777s and Airbus A330s with in-flight wi-fi connectivity by the second half of 2019.
ExpressJet Airlines announces a series of changes to contracts with major carriers, including termination of an agreement with Delta Air Lines and expanded deals with United Airlines and American Airlines.
The Transportation Safety Board of Canada is reviewing two safety-related airline incidents that occurred in recent days at Toronto Pearson International airport.
CSeries launch operator Swiss intends to gradually increase the number of Bombardier CS100 flights to London City from the initial single rotation per day.
Lack of maintenance support to assess a hard landing prompted an Airbus A321 crew to return to Dusseldorf, after which the aircraft was found to have sustained serious damage.
Available seat kilometres to Venezuela from abroad will be down 63% this December, compared to the same month in 2012. Furthermore, compared to five years ago, only seven of the top 15 international airlines in Venezuela will remain this December.
Delta Air Lines has broken ground on the $4 billion redevelopment of its terminals at New York LaGuardia airport, its largest airport investment ever.
Alitalia has opened a new phase in its sale process, setting a deadline of 15 September for expressions of interest in making a binding bid for the carrier.
Qatar Airways flights have been granted limited access to United Arab Emirates airspace in order to ease operations over the Gulf.
Malaysia Airlines expects unit costs to fall by around 30% on its Kuala Lumpur-London route when it starts to replace its Airbus A380s with A350-900s from the end of the year.
Austrian Airlines has completed the addition of 17 second-hand Embraer 195s to its operations.
Chinese lessor ICBC has been identified as the customer behind an order for 20 Airbus A320neo-family jets placed at the end of 2014.
Investigators probing the Emirates Boeing 777-300 crash at Dubai have identified safety improvements in respect of weather data passed to the cockpit crew before the accident.
Airbus has secured its first A350-1000 order this year, having recorded an agreement for a single aircraft with an unidentified customer.
Prohibitions on electronic devices on UK-bound services from Jordan have been lifted, following a review by UK authorities.
Cabin crew employed under British Airways' mixed-fleet contract are planning to renew strike action unless the airline "hammers out" a new agreement on pay and conditions.
If departing EasyJet chief executive Carolyn McCall is replaced by a man in the top role at the UK low-cost carrier later this year, it will cut by a third the number of female leaders at airline groups that featured in Flight Airline Business's recently published ranking of the top 100 by revenue.
The news that US regional carrier Silver Airways has signed a letter of intent for up to 50 ATR 42-600 turboprops will be welcome news in Toulouse.