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FARNBOROUGH, United Kingdom - Boeing [NYSE:BA] and Hainan Airlines announced that the two companies are finalizing terms and working toward a purchase agreement for 50 737 MAX 8s, reaffirming the
TORONTO - Air Canada customers flying AC005 from Toronto to Tokyo-Haneda made history as they boarded one of the airline's brand new Boeing 787 Dreamliners now operating Air Canada's first new
HO CHI MINH CITY - Since Jetstar Pacific took to the air a decade ago, taking over from incumbent carrier Pacific Airlines, the carrier has been rather unlucky in its development. Vietnamese Civil
Iberia warns of job cuts  16-Jul-2014
Spanish loss-making airline Iberia announced late last week plans for up to 1,581 job cuts, insisting however that the departures would be voluntary.
US aerospace giant Boeing said Sunday it would launch an upgraded version of its 737 MAX airliner with new engines and more seats aimed at low-cost airlines.
Low-cost, long-haul airline, Thai AirAsia X will operate direct flights from Bangkok (Don Mueang Airport) to Japan’s Tokyo Narita International Airport and Osaka Kansai International Airport starting
HONG KONG - Korean Air, South Korea’s flagship airline, has announced to increase frequency on its routes to Americas and Southeast Asia.
SEATTLE - Boeing [NYSE: BA] delivered to Nok Airlines Public Company Limited (Nok Air) a special livery Next-Generation 737-800 commemorating the Bangkok-based carrier's 10th anniversary.
NEW DELHI, India - Star Alliance, the way the Earth connects, welcomed Air India as a full member of its global family of airlines, opening the national carrier's strong domestic network in the fifth
HONG KONG - Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, announced the launch of a four times per week service between Abu Dhabi and Hong Kong from 15 June 2015.
KUALA LUMPUR - Garuda Indonesia, the airline of Indonesia has announced the addition of a third daily flight between Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta. The new service which will start from 11 August 2014,
State-run Myanma Airways will be renamed Myanmar National Airways once a new aviation legislation is passed.
AF-KLM profit drops  10-Jul-2014
Air France-KLM on Tuesday slashed its earnings forecast for 2014, hit by over-capacity in traditionally lucrative long-haul routes and persistently weak cargo demand.
Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam reports that during January to May this year, up to 25% of all flights operated by local airlines were delayed or cancelled, compared to 16% during the same
HONG KONG - For too long, China has taken a strong stance against any low cost airline development in the country. Confronted to increasing competition on its domestic market, Chinese authorities had
Europe faces a long list of must-do items to ensure it remains competitive in global aviation, International Air Transport Association, CEO Tony Tyler warned late last week.
Britain has bolstered security at its airports in what leaders said Thursday was the correct response following US alarm that extremist Islamic groups could have developed new explosives for attacks.
A Qantas A380 superjumbo flight from Los Angeles to Melbourne turned back an hour after take-off when a water leak flooded the plane’s aisles, the airline and passengers said Thursday.
Asia Atlantic Airlines, a Thai airline partly owned by the Japanese travel firm HIS Co, will launch scheduled flights between Thailand and Japan via Cambodia this September.
Vietnam and the Philippines signed a Memorandum of Understanding, recently, to jointly promote cruise tourism between the two countries.
TOKYO - Asakusa shrine is one of the most popular places to be visited by foreign travellers in Japan capital Tokyo. But just go there on any day and one of the most heard languages is now… Thai.
Passenger- centric initiatives are a top priority for India’s Civil Aviation Ministry, in a bid to improve the comfort level for passengers and make aviation more responsive to the needs of citizens.
Thai Airways International says its plan to move from London’s Heathrow Airport Terminal 3 to Zone A of Terminal 2 has been postponed to late August.
Myanmar’s state-owned, Myanma Airways, has called in foreign consultants for advice on how to expand its network and upgrade its organisation.
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