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British Airways has announced that the cost of their cabin crew strike ended up being more than expected, estimating its lost revenues at somewhere between GBP40-45 million.
Cathay Pacific has had an overwhelmingly positive response from the agency network to the implementation of GDS fare distribution.
Rumours of a possible merger between United Airlines and US Airways have been flying through the domestic US aviation industry, after an initial report from the New York Times.
Overtime and travel bans will be introduced by Virgin Blue's engineers this Friday after talks with the airline stalled last week over pay and other issues.
Jetstar and Air Canada will now offer joint fares to Canada following the signing of an interline agreement, the budget carrier announced today.
British Airways and Iberia Thursday finally formalised their merger and are moving towards the final steps of integrating the two airlines together after some last kinks were ironed out.
Chinese aviation authorities have refused a Tokyo-bound Etihad Airways aircraft into its airspace this week, causing the flight to be diverted and delayed, but Etihad says the incident was a one-off.
Star Alliance members TAM and Continental Airlines signed a reciprocal frequent flyer agreement, the carriers announced earlier this week.
Japan Airlines is reportedly looking into shedding 16,500 staff over the next three years, heavily culling its workforce by a third as it looks to restructure itself.
Malaysia Airports Holdings have released its development plan for the next five years and announced that during this period it would concentrate on growing capacity as well as doubling its current re...
The dispute between Qantas and its engineers continued this week as the carrier was accused of hiding details of technical incidents with senior engineering staff.
Despite promising to finalise merger details in the first quarter of this year, British Airways and Iberia last week failed to come to a full agreement and missed its self-imposed deadline.
United States officials this week announced that it would abandon screening of passengers by nationality and would instead move to an intelligence-based and travel pattern-based screening process.
All Nippon Airways this week announced its intentions to merge two of its subsidiaries into one entity in order to build a "more flexible" operating structure.
A Qantas Airways flight from Sydney to Canberra was forced to delay landing after the pilot was alerted to a flap defect.
US Airways has announced the launch of a new wireless In-flight Internet product:
Air France launches Premium Voyageur, its brand new private cabin on selected long-haul flights
The discovery of an unexploded World War Two bomb under Berlin's airport on Wednesday caused the closure of the airport for two hours.
Debt-ridden Japan Airlines will reportedly scrap 29 international routes by the end of fiscal 2010, nearly double the number of routes the carrier had initially decided to cut.