International Airlines Group (IAG) launched its long-anticipated low-cost, long-haul carrier March 17, naming it Level.
Canadian Transport Minister Marc Garneau announces new UAV measures at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.
South Korean carrier Asiana Airlines, which is getting ready to take delivery of its first of 22 Airbus A350-900s in April, has received its first A350 flight simulator.
Startup carrier Cyprus Airways has secured its air operator’s certificate (AOC) and plans to launch operations “very soon.”
Berlin’s Tegel and Schönefeld airports canceled hundreds of scheduled flights from March 13-15 because of an ongoing ground staff strike over wages.
US carriers Silver Airways and Frontier Airlines said they will end service to Cuba, citing excess capacity and other challenges in the newly reopened US-Cuba market.
The latest French air traffic control (ATC) strike caused a record-breaking 1,500 flight cancellations, according to estimates by commercial aviation group Airlines for Europe (A4E).
CDB Aviation Lease Finance, a wholly owned Irish subsidiary of China Development Bank Financial Leasing, has ordered 30 Boeing 737 MAXs. Pictured: Boeing Commercial Airplanes president and CEO Kevin McAllister, CDB Aviation Lease Finance president & CEO Peter Chang, Global Sales & Marketing VP-commercial airplanes Ihssane Mounir and Northeast Asia Sales VP Rick Anderson.
Emirates Airline operated the first rotation of its controversial fifth-freedom Dubai-Athens-New York-Newark service March 13, following a weekend of protests by US airlines’ staff.