News and issues relating to international air transport and cargo carriers, national airlines and regional airlines, including aircraft, engines, personnel, acquisitions, accidents, safety, security and training.
Republic Airways’ proposal to reduce its first officer flight time requirements from 1,500 to 750 hours meets with stiff resistance from the FAA.
The perception is that that existing flag carrier Saudia has been unsuccessful in matching the quality of service of the ‘Big Three’ Middle East airlines.
French air traffic controllers are striking over pay demands and allegations of insufficient recruitment, prompting Ryanair to repeat demands for reforms.
Air Canada and Saab are investing in the Swedish start-up's plans to bring the 30-seat ES-30 model to market in 2028.
After a difficult start, the new Belgian airline is betting on scheduled passenger services and cargo operations to reach profitability.
A $15 million investment by United Airlines in Eve Air Mobility accompanies a conditional purchase agreement for 200 four-seat electric aircraft.
An agreement between Aeroflot and the United Aircraft Corporation calls for delivery of $16.3 billion worth of Russian airplanes starting next year.
The most recent Boom Overture customer, American Airlines, says it will work with the manufacturer to determine route scenarios for the supersonic jet.
ALPA stages nationwide picketing campaign in U.S. ahead of expected holiday travel crunch.
Asia-Pacific airlines seek new market opportunities to compensate for the loss of the Chinese market.