British Airways has stopped their direct flight services to London from Kolkata yesterday.
On March 31, 2009, Boeing announced the launch of its Research and Technology-India Centre.
Israeli airline passengers more 'tolerant' than Europeans, a survey by British Airways shows.
American Airlines expanding in-flight internet service to 300 more planes.
American Airlines plans to provide Wi-Fi internet services to its domestic flights.
A strike by baggage handlers of Qantas Airways, the national airline of Australia, resulted in long delays at major airports across Australia on March 30, 2009.
Air New Zealand says it would be forced to cancel 25 regional services because of air traffic controllers’ lunch break.
Air India has launched direct flights to Chicago, USA from a number of Indian cities - New Delhi, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Chennai. The Hyderabad Chicago direct flight will be via Frankfurt, which Air India's international hub. Delhi Chicago flights too will use Frankfurt as the hub. Air India will also have direct ...
The United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has proposed to keep information about bird strikes secret.
Embraer, the Brazil-based company that makes commercial, military, and corporate aircraft and also provides aircraft-related services, has announced a sharp fall in its profits for the fourth quarter of 2008.
Continental Airlines has started a daily, non-stop flight between Shanghai in China and New York.
China's biggest aircraft maker sets up defence aviation branch
AirTran Airways, the low-cost airline headquartered in Orlando, Florida, the United States, is adding three new non-stop services to Orlando International Airport.
SriLankan Airlines has begun transforming its worldwide operations into environment-friendly ‘Green Flights.’ It is the first airline in South Asia to make a full and unconditional commitment to environmental conservation.
Sri Lankan Airlines, the national airline of Sri Lanka, has reduced the number of its flights to India from 100 flights a week at present to 51 flights a week due to, what the carrier described as, “mounting financial pressure as a result of steep decline in passenger traffic.”
Airlines around the world 'mishandled' 23 per cent less baggage in 2008 compared to 2007. The reason: Passengers generally carried fewer luggage in order to avoid fees for baggage as well as the latest technology the airlines used to monitor luggage.
Air New Zealand, the national airline and flag carrier of New Zealand and the country’s largest airline, has sought to assure its customers that a strike planned by flight attendants at the start of the Easter holidays will not affect their holiday-travel plans.
American Eagle Airlines, the regional partner of American Airlines, will start new non-stop flights to six cities from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport in Texas, the United States.
Eurocontrol, the air traffic control (ATC) agency of Europe, has launched a new flight-data processing system based in Maastricht, the Netherlands.
New airline Akal Air, a trading division of Air Sylhet, will launch Birmingham-Amritsar flights from April 4, 2009.
A Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation report says that Pakistan International Airlines has announced its decision to increase the number of flight services from Leeds Bradford to Islamabad from two to three times a week, starting March 30, 2009.
Continental Airlines will launch daily nonstop scheduled flights between New York (Newark Liberty) and Shanghai, China from March 25, 2009.
Passenger revenue of airlines based in the United States has dropped by 19% in February 2009, compared to February 2008 – the decline applying to both domestic flights as well as flights across the Atlantic and the Pacific and to Latin American countries.
Dassault Aviation, the aircraft manufacturer based in France, has forecast that there will be a drop in the net orders for its Falcon jets in 2009 as a result of the global economic recession.
Virgin America, the low-cost airline based in the United States, will charge a fee of $15 for the first checked bag from May 5, 2009, thus becoming the latest airline to charge a fee for checked luggage.
The Competition Commission (CC), the anti-trust regulator of Britain, has asked the British Airports Authority Limited (BAA) to sell 3 of its 7 airports in the United Kingdom.
Continental Airlines, based in Huston, Texas, the United Sates, will start scheduled service between New York’s Newark Liberty International Airport and Shanghai in China from March 25, 2009.
Emirates Airline, owned by the government of Dubai, will make the first commercial flight of Airbus A380 Superjumbo aircraft to Pearson International Airport in Toronto, Canada, on June 1, 2009.