Air India's Chairman and Managing Director, Mr Arvind Jadhav, believes Boeing's inability to deliver the Boeing 787 has contributed to the airline's poor financial performance.
Jetstar has extended its Universal Air Travel Plan, Inc (UATP) partnership with payment now accepted across all of its distribution channels including the Global Distribution System (GDS).
PhoenixMiles members will be able to buy round-trip tickets for only RMB 1,666
Dutch airline KLM, part of Franco-Dutch Air France-KLM has expressed its desire to offer commercial Biofuel flights from 2011.
Two Emirates Airline cabin crew in Dubai were sentenced to three-month jail for exchanging sexy text messages.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has ordered airlines to install new software on more than 800 Boeing 777 aircraft worldwide to prevent possible runway overruns during takeoff.
The impact of a severe drought in one of China's regions has cracked an airport runway.
Both British Airways and Unite, the union representing its cabin crew, have this weekend claimed success over the first three-day strike, after last-minute talks which ran right up until Saturday fel...
Executives from South African Airways and SA Express have pleaded innocent over allegations of collusion and price-fixing ahead of the FIFA World Cup.
Continental Airlines will enter into a code share agreement with All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd. (ANA) on routes between the United States and Japan from March 28.
Days before the start of the British Airways cabin crew strikes, the carrier has announced that due to an increase of available cabin crew it will be reinstating some of its earlier cancelled flights
Virgin American passengers endured a 16-hour delay on their Los Angeles - JFK flight over the weekend.
For an Easter break, the lofty majesty of the Himalayas, home of the tallest mountains in the world is now accessible to travellers from Singapore via Delhi and Mumbai on Jet Airways.
Over 600 customer complaints have been lodged with the United States government alone, it has been revealed, further signs that the travelling public is not happy with the virtual pat-down system.
AirAsia has claimed that it is lack of support from the Malaysian government which is holding it back from launching long-haul services into Sydney with its AirAsia X brand.
Emirates Airlines has warned Airbus that it will not accept delays to their A350 aircraft deliveries, following a two year wait for the A380.
Scandinavian airline SAS has been ordered by an appeal court to pay millions of dollars in damages to its low-cost rival Norwegian.
Foreign-made cigarettes are set to don the shelves of duty free shops in Mumbai's international airport again following the lifting of a ban.
Boeing Co. has started using chrome-free primer on its planes, furthering its commitment to reducing environmental impact.
The World Trade Organization will soon issue its final ruling in the dispute between the United States and European Union over billion of dollars in subsidies for civil aircraft.