Jetstar and AirAsia have yesterday confirmed a "non-equity" partnership, becoming the first two low-cost carriers of their size to collaborate closely on a range of cost-saving initiatives.
Turkish Airlines announced this week its purchase of 30 aircraft from Airbus's A320 family as part of its fleet expansion.
Madrid was announced earlier this week as Emirates fourth destination to be launched this year.
Solomon Airlines announced today its reduction of commission levels on international services and domestic services next month.
A Californian airport was shut down on Tuesday after security staff mistakenly thought bottles of honey found in a passenger's bag contained explosive materials.
Etihad Airways took delivery of its first Airbus A330-300 on Monday, the first of five which are to be delivered during the next two years.
Virgin Group Chairman & Founder, Sir Richard Branson has called on the airline industry to lower their CO2 emissions voluntarily.
National carrier, Vietnam Airlines is scheduled to receive 16 new Airbus A321 aircraft in 2010.
China Eastern Airlines is set to purchase 16 Airbus A330 planes following an agreement with the European aircraft manufacturer.
An Air Berlin aircraft, carrying 165 passengers veered off the runway at Dortmund Airport in Western Germany on Sunday.
Air passengers in the UK will be gradually introduced to full body scanners at airports within weeks, the British Prime Minister said yesterday.
As airlines around the world mandate excess luggage fees and lower their checked-luggage allowance levels, a new website has been created to inform travellers on existing luggage limits.
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Global air traffic improved in November last year with passenger demand up 2.1 percent compared to the same month in 2008, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) reported last week.
China Southern Airlines announced this week that it will upgrade its Sydney services with a new aircraft next month.
Boeing has received an order from an undisclosed buyer for 11 Boeing 787 Dreamliners.
In what appears to be the first every published study of its kind, a university in the United States has discovered that aviation causes a thousand injuries in the USA every year.
Japan Airlines (JAL) has slammed bankruptcy rumors, which have been circulating the industry since last week.
Qatar Airways has announced that Copenhagen and Barcelona will join its expanding network from the end of March 2010.
The US Department of Justice has reported that the joint transatlantic venture between British Airways and American Airlines (AA) could result in "competitive harm".