Turkish Airlines have chosen to put its largest global outdoor advertisement placement ever in Bangkok, further cementing the carrier's plans to use Thailand as a hub for Indochina and Asia.
United Airlines has just confirmed that 25 new Dreamliners will be added to its fleet in a new deal estimated to be worth around US$4.2 billion at average list prices.
Air Astana, the flag carrier of the Republic of Kazakhstan, is an industry leader in offering services from Central Asia to South East Asia.
LAX's USD $1.545 billion Tom Bradley modernization project aims to help keep tourism the #1 industry in Los Angeles.
Qantas will increase capacity to Japan from July this year to meet increased demand, the flag carrier announced yesterday.
Air Astana is pleased to announce that following numerous requests and the increasing popularity of Kuala Lumpur - Almaty flight, it will become a regular service.
All Nippon Airlines (ANA) has become the first Japanese airline to move away from unisex lavatories and introduce a women-only toilet on board long-haul international flights.
Oneworld hopes to welcome Kingfisher Airlines into the fold within two years, after the Indian airline Tuesday applied for approval by the Indian government.
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Gulf Air has announced intentions to launch a brand new premium class product which will incorporate aspects of both its current Business and First Class product offerings.
Chartered flights from China to Australia have doubled in this year's Chinese New Year period, the airline reported this week, as further signs of global recovery abound.
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British Airways is set to face a strike in the next few weeks as more than 80 percent of its cabin crew voted in favour of industrial action against the airline.
Singapore Airlines posted last week its January operating results, revealing 3.3 percent drop in the number of passengers carried to 1.4 million compared to the same period a year ago.
Denmark, Norway and Sweden are all considering the possibility of offloading their stakes in cash-strapped SAS, the Scandinavian multi-national airline.
Despite a few major accidents in 2009, the year just passed has been one of the best in terms of safety performance, recording the second lowest accident rate in aviation history.
Tiger Airways Singapore announced this week its signing of a deal with Resorts World Sentosa to operate a chartered flight dedicated to flying international guests to the integrated resort.
Malaysia Airlines, amongst others, have been accused of price fixing on airfreight shipping services and related surcharges by a Philadelphia-based freight forwarding company.