Qantas International has returned to the black for the first time since the global financial crisis.
SYDNEY Qantas on Thursday roared back into the black after an aggressive shake-up to stem mounting losses, posting its best interim result in four years helped by a revival in its international arm.
WELLINGTON Air New Zealand on Wednesday unveiled a 6% fall in half-year net profit, but said low fuel prices meant it remained on track for “significant” earnings growth in the second half.
ISTANBUL Turkey’s flag carrier Turkish Airlines, which has grown exponentially in the last decade, said Wednesday its net profit more than doubled last year and was targeting 15% growth in passenger
UTRECHT, Netherlands Corporate travel managers rank traveller safety and security as important as savings and cost control, a recent survey conducted by BCD Travel finds.
SEPANG AirAsia X has appointed Cheok Huei Shian as its chief financial officer effective immediately.
TOKYO Japan appears set to relax rules to let pilots fly until they are 67 as it tries to ease a shortage created by the growing popularity of air travel, an official said Tuesday.
BANGKOK Nok Air plans to expand its wings to serve more Chinese destinations this year after it started its first service last week.
KATHMANDU Nepal Airlines is expanding services between the Nepalese capital and Delhi, India, effective 1 May.
Air New Zealand has reported a strong set of financial results for the first half of its financial year.
TOKYO, JAPAN – Qatar Airways has reaffirmed its commitment to its Japanese routes and denied the recent rumours of withdrawing from Japan following participation in the high-level Qatari-Japanese
MANILA, PHILIPPINES – The Philippines’ leading carrier, Cebu Pacific signed a forward sale agreement with a subsidiary of Allegiant Travel Company, covering Cebu Pacific’s sale of six Airbus A319
TAIPEI, TAIWAN – EVA Air will launch its second Fukuoka route and begin flights from Kaohsiung in Southern Taiwan on March 31, 2015. Travelers can book flights and reserve seats now for nonstop
TOKYO Japan’s All Nippon Airways on Monday announced plans to help turn around bankrupt Skymark Airlines, reportedly joining a string of other firms offering a lifeline to the struggling carrier.
BANGKOK Thai Airways International intends to cut frequencies on its Bangkok-Kuala Lumpur route from 18 to 14 flights a week, effective 1 July, according to its latest advance timetable information.
HANOI Vietnam’s Deputy Prime Minister, Hoang Trung Hai, has urged the aviation sector to tighten procedures to ensure 2015 is free of air traffic safety incidents.
VIENTIANE Lao Airlines has started a direct twice weekly service from Vientiane to Changzhou in China.
FRANKFURT German airline Lufthansa revealed Friday it will not pay a dividend to shareholders for 2014 after profits nosedived last year.
SEPANG AirAsia announced, Tuesday, the execution of a Share Purchase Agreement with Expedia Inc, Expedia Southeast Asia Pte Ltd and AirAsia Exp Pte Ltd a wholly-owned subsidiary of AirAsia, to divest
SINGAPORE Vietjet took delivery of its newest Airbus aircraft at Tan Son Nhat International Airport, 12 February.
BANGKOK NokScoot will launch scheduled services, this May, with a fleet of three 415-seat 777-200s, according to a Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation report.
BANGKOK Bangkok Airways took delivery of its newest ATR72-660 earlier this week.
China Southern Airlines will add more Boeing 787 Dreamliner flights to Australasia in the coming months.
On February 19, 2015 in the framework of Aero India International Aerospace Show Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company and Bishwo Airways signed a Letter of Intent for the delivery of the Sukhoi Superjet 100
SEATTLE - As part of a large scale expansion in North America, China's Hainan Airlines announced it plans to begin three new nonstop routes between the United States and China. Service will be