A clean-sheet design could shake off dust gathering on the 737 and offer significant profit and fuel savings.
The UK government has selected six teams to advance to the next phase of a competition to develop the next generation of nuclear reactor.
The list of to-do tasks for the surprising new chief executive of leading aerostructures supplier Spirit AeroSystems is clear and daunting.
The mandate requires more frequent inspections of certain Pratt & Whitney PW4000-series low-pressure compressor fan hubs.
A German startup is aiming to prove that low-cost regional airlines can be disruptors.
Alaska Airlines is once again operating an all-Boeing mainline fleet, with 10 remaining Airbus A321neo aircraft officially retired from revenue service.
ALC is one of the largest customers of the long-range version of the A321neo with a firm order for 27 placed in 2019.
“I have not seen this level of demand,” Air Lease Corporation (ALC) President and CEO John Plueger said.
At the end of the second quarter, LATAM’s fleet plan for 2023 included 223 Airbus A320ceo-family aircraft and 31 A320neo-family aircraft.
JAL has revealed new first- and business-class cabin products for the Airbus A350-1000, which will soon enter service with the carrier on transpacific routes.
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is planning €3 billion ($3.2 billion) in investments between 2024 and 2027 as it seeks to “catch up” on maintenance and upgrades.
The latest addition to Vietjet's Australian schedule will be a route from Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City to Perth, continuing on to Adelaide.
The European Commission launched an in-depth investigation of the Korean Air-Asiana proposal in February over competition concerns.
“We are looking forward to supporting SF Airlines to expand their cross-border product in Southeast Asia,” Teleport CEO Pete Chareonwongsak says.
Thai AirAsia X and Thai Vietjet will be the only two carriers operating from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi's new satellite terminal during the soft-launch period.
With ratification of their tentative agreement, United Airlines pilots have obtained improvements to pay and benefits—and triggered competitive snap-up clauses.
Reports suggest recent occurrences are more significant than routine jamming; EASA and FAA have issued special alerts to operators and other authorities.
JetBlue is seeking U.S. government intervention over planned capacity cuts at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.
A startup based at London Oxford Airport is promising to create sustainable aviation fuel by combining carbon dioxide taken from the air with green hydrogen.
The rules, regulations and parameters within which vertiports will operate are all works in progress.
Freight specialist DHL is expanding its fleet with the acquisition of five Airbus A330-200 converted freighters.
Politicians in the Nantes region had been eagerly awaiting infrastructure improvements that would have met, in their view, the requirements of current traffic.
Ryanair’s board of directors has appointed independent aviation consultant and industry veteran Bertrand Grabowski as a non-executive member.
The backers of India’s Jet Airways hope the revived carrier will commence operations in 2024 after fulfilling a debt repayment plan.
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has argued that air service in Mexico, particularly to smaller cities, is significantly overpriced.