The International Air Transport Association (IATA) opened its 69th Annual General Meeting (AGM) and World Air Transport Summit in Cape Town, South Africa today. The meeting kicked-off with strong
AirAsia, the world’s best low-cost airline, today announced the launch of the highly-awaited Singapore–Makassar route, in a bid to accommodate Makassar’s market demand for quality yet affordable
Today Emirates celebrated the start of its daily, non-stop service from Dubai to Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) with the launch of its inaugural flight.
HOHHOT- Taiwan-based airline EVA Air launched a direct flight route between Taipei and the mainland city of Hohhot on Monday. It is the first route linking north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous
Kingfisher Airlines has lost three senior executives, including its chief information officer, over the non-payment of salaries.
Virgin Australia and Singapore Airlines have announced an expansion to their codeshare agreement, to include flights to Milan and Rome.
AirAsia, the world's best low cost airline four times running was once again honoured at the BrandLaureate Best Brands Award ceremony held in Kuala Lumpur recently.
BEIJING - Air China Limited will commence nonstop Chengdu-Frankfurt service on May 19, 2013. The new service will cement the position of Chengdu as southwestern China's hub of air transportation and
China Southern Airlines has reaffirmed its commitment to the West with an industry event to celebrate the arrival of the airline’s modern A330-223 aircraft on the Perth to Guangzhou route.
Japan Airlines (JAL) announced today that it will install all new seats in the airline's two-class international Boeing 767-300ER fleet as part of its continued commitment to provide customers with a
Japan Airlines (JAL) will serve [AIR KUMAMON], the 9th installment of the popular [AIR SERIES] in-flight meal for Premium Economy and Economy class on select North Amercian and European routes
Etihad, Virgin Australia and Tourism Australia have unveiled their first-ever joint cooperative marketing campaign, less than six months after the two airlines announced they would jump on board to
Singapore Airlines has set a new company record after placing its biggest order of new aircraft this week.
ANA Group, Japan’s largest airline group, will be introducing new uniforms for Cabin Attendants and Ground Staff as the Company transitions to a new corporate structure and celebrates its sixtieth
National carrier, Kenya Airways, has announced an increase in the frequency of flights to the city of Eldoret to meet increased seasonal demand on the route. From 02 June 2013, the airline will
Korean Air has announced a code-share agreement with Czech Airlines on the Incheon-Prague route. The code share will commence on the 1 June 2013 and will provide more convenience and choice to
Emirates has announced it will resume flights to Tripoli, Libya in September this year, more than two years after violence in the region forced the carrier to suspend services.
KUALA LUMPUR- The results of the last Malaysian elections saw the return of the former coalition to power, albeit by a thin majority. The opposition has been prompt to denounce a distorted electoral
Emirates, one of the world's fastest growing airlines, has inaugurated its refurbished Paris Charles de Gaulle Lounge for First Class and Business Class passengers as well as Platinum and Gold members
Malaysia Airlines is increasing its frequency from Kuala Lumpur into Mumbai to12 times weekly effective 3 June 2013. Following greater demand from the market, one additional service will be made to
Whether they’re keen on making history or ready to travel to new heights (literally), Kiwis are showing a definite interest in space travel, with more than NZ$1.8 million already forked out to join
Virgin Australia is one step closer to owning more than half of Tiger Airways Australia, after the Foreign Investment Review Board said it has “no objections” to Virgin’s proposed acquisition of 60
Qantas has submitted an application for a variation to its capacity allocations on the Hong Kong route to allow Finnair to codeshare on Qantas services between Australia and Hong Kong.
TOKYO, 27 May 2013: Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA), the single biggest operator of Boeing’s flagship 787, said it put its Dreamliner fleet back into service Sunday following a four-month suspension
BANGKOK, 27 May 2013: THAI Smile, the light-premium airline brand owned and managed by Thai Airways International, will take delivery of more aircraft and increase flight frequency to serve passenger