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Honiara, Solomon Islands - Solomon Airlines has hailed a decision by fellow Melanesian airlines Air Nuigini and Air Vanuatu to combine resources with the Solomon Islands national carrier to jointly
BANGKOK More international airlines could start flights to Don Mueang Airport according to airport general manager, Wing Commander Songsak Tongtang,
Asiana buys 25 Airbus  13-Feb-2015
SEOUL South Korea’s second-largest carrier Asiana Airlines on Wednesday announced a USD2.8 billion order for 25 planes from European maker Airbus to meet rising regional demand, especially from
WASHINGTON US-based Business Travel Coalition has urged the US Department of Transportation to investigate airline fuel surcharges that it claims contravene DOT guidelines.
Thomas Cook has reported robust trading in its UK business as it announced an improvement in underlying EBIT and net debt.
Qantas has unveiled a series of new domestic and international services for Queensland.
HANOI Vietnam Airlines is planning an additional Hanoi-Seoul flight, for launch this October using an Airbus 350.
BANGKOK Amadeus and Jet Asia Airways, a Thai airline based at Suvarnabhumi Airport, announced Tuesday that they have completed successful implementation of the full Amadeus Altéa Suite.
SAO JOSE dos CAMPOS, BRAZIL - Embraer Executive Jets announced the delivery of the new Legacy 500 midsize jet to an undisclosed customer, based in North Queensland, Australia. The aircraft will be
Scoot launched commercial service with its first Boeing 787 Dreamliner service from Singapore to Perth. Scoot’s first 787-9, named “Dream Start”, touched down as scheduled at Perth Airport at 6:15pm,
Turkish Airlines is expanding its operations in the Asia Pacific with the launch of brand new services to Taipei and Manila.
Apex ready to fly  11-Feb-2015
The airline’s COO, Selva Kumar, told the Myanmar Times that Apex’s first aircraft, an ATR 72-600, should arrive in Nay Pyi Taw next week, with a launch planned for late March.
KUALA LUMPUR A system malfunction forced the pilots of an AirAsia X flight from Kuala Lumpur to Jeddah to make a turn back to its home-base on Sunday, the AirAsia Group’s CEO said.
Singapore Airlines Group experienced slight decline in its financial results for the nine months ending 31 December 2014.
Hainan Airlines will continue its international expansion this April, which the launch of a new service to Rome.
Jet Airways experienced a strong upturn in fortunes in the quarter ending 31 December 2014, returning to the black following seven consecutive three-monthly losses.
Scoot launched its new Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft on the Singapore-Perth route yesterday, marking the start of a new era for the low-cost carrier, as it moves towards an all-B787 fleet.
Qatar Airways will launch an additional flight to Singapore this summer, using its brand new Airbus A350 aircraft.
A passenger aircraft has crashed into Taipei‘s Keelung River, killing at least 12 people.
The global member states of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) have agreed on a new system for the tracking of commercial aircraft.
VIENTIANE Direct charter flights between Russia and Laos are among proposals to strengthen tourism between the two countries, but the economic crisis in Russia could discourage private companies.
TAIPEI At least 25 people were killed Wednesday when a passenger plane operated by TransAsia Airways clipped an overpass just after take-off and plunged into a river in Taiwan.
JAKARTA A passenger jet skidded off the runway as it landed at a holiday island in central Indonesia, a spokesman said Wednesday, just weeks after the deadly crash of an AirAsia jet in the
TAIPEI A TransAsia Airways plane crashed into a river outside the capital Taipei Wednesday – the airline’s second fatal crash in seven months.
TOKYO Shares in Japan’s third largest carrier Skymark Airlines lost nearly 90% of their value Monday after the Tokyo stock exchange scrapped trading limits on the bankrupt firm weeks before it is
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