Additional screening at airports around the world have been criticised by airlines as a government "knee-jerk reaction" that won't necessarily be effective in preventing future terrorist attacks.
Last week alliance with AirAsia announced and now two QF/JQ execs detained in Vietnam
Air Vanuatu will adjust its commission level from 9% to 7% for all tickets issued on or after 1st March 2010.
The British consumer watchdog has criticised Ryanair's credit card fees for consumers booking online saying they are acting "outside the spirit of the law" for not making the charges more obvious.
In order to deal with the unprecedented air traffic during the FIFA World Cup this year, South African Airways has announced that it intends to increase capacity in order to operate around the clock ...
Two senior executives from Jetstar Pacific are being held for questioning in Vietnam pending an investigation into unprofitable fuel-hedging trades.
A passenger onboard a Detroit-bound Delta Air Lines flight in Miami was arrested after shouting, "I'm Palestinian and I want (to) kill all Jews".
Thai Airways is moving towards a younger cabin crew on board its flights launching a scheme which sees those female members over 45 years of age offered a "mutual separation plan", local media report...
Japan Airlines (JAL) will further expand its code share agreement with Vietnam Airlines (VN) and will start offering the Osaka (Kansai) - Hanoi route operated by VN from January 13, 2010.
Major United States airlines have begun reporting their December traffic figures, marking the end of a year to forget for the aviation industry, with most carriers seeing a plunge in passengers.
Delta Air Lines and its subsidiary Northwest Airlines are set to discontinue flights to Ho Chi Minh City via Tokyo effective from late March 2010.
Japan Airlines has been thrown a new lifeline as the government moves to increase its line of credit, but reports out of Japan claim that the carrier will first have to move towards bankruptcy.
On Dec. 30, 2009, Horizon Air became the first scheduled-service passenger carrier to operate a flight using Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) technology.
Singapore Airlines again emerged on top in 2009 as favourite airline among business and leisure travellers in numerous international rankings, highlighting its continued focus on product innovation a...
Pressure on airport security to avoid a repeat of the foiled Christmas Day attack is beginning to show, the Los Angeles airport police union calling on the U.S. government this week to implement mand...
ATR Regional Aircraft and Indonesia's WINGS AIR - a regional subsidiary of the nation's largest private carrier LION AIR
Tiger Airways has just secured financing for two new Airbus A320-200 aircraft, and in a first for the Singaporean-based carrier sees the funds come from a European ECA-backed bank.
Tiger welcome back anytime... and whoever he likes to bring with him!?
South African Airways (SAA) has announced that due to scheduled works at Perth Airport to upgrade the main runway, its Saturday flight during the months of February and March, 2010 will be affected.
A CAD11.65 million settlement has been awarded by a Canadian judge to 184 passengers who were on an Air France jet which overshot the runway at Toronto in 2005.