Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, will start a four flights-a-week service to Alexandria in Egypt from July, subject to government approval.
Emirates lived up to its name as the international airline of the UAE after passengers from more than 20 countries joined its first flight to Prague.
Malaysia Airlines is providing more convenience to its customers by offering online bookings to and from seven different cities in Europe.
China Eastern Airlines, a Shanghai travel agency and Ctrip.com are being sued after customers were charged an 80 per cent refund fee for cancelling their flights.
Malaysia Airlines have entered into a codeshare agreement with Oman Air.
Alitalia has joined forces with Air France-KLM Group and Delta Airlines in the world's largest transatlantic joint venture, sharing in annual revenues of USD10 billion.
Boeing has welcomed the World Trade Organization's (WTO) ruling that the billions of dollars in European launch aid subsidies received by Airbus are illegal and must end.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) has ordered budget carrier Jetstar Pacific to change its orange-star logo and repaint all of its aircraft.
Demand for air travel has rebounded strongly despite April's massive Eyjafjallajokull air travel disruption.
Figures released by the US Department of Transportation reveal moves by airlines to charge for checked baggage has paid off.
Strategic Airlines will launch services from Brisbane to Port Hedland in Western Australia and onward to Bali, effective from 3 August 2010.
This Wednesday July 7, PacificFlier will celebrate 100 days of flying from the Republic of Palau to Australia, the Philippines and now Guam.
Stopover in both Hong Kong and Taiwan are permitted on the way to Sanya, Hainan.
Demonstrating continued confidence in eco-efficient Airbus A330 family
Reporting a marked increase in passenger numbers in May 2010 compared to last year, Qantas yields were down according to Qantas' May traffic statistics report.
Lion Air and Batavia Air will not open a European route in the foreseeable future, despite the government's proposal that the European Union retract its flying restrictions on the two carriers.
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Tiger Airways may follow in the footsteps of UK budget airline Ryanair by introducing a "standing-only" option for passengers.
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QantasLink celebrated the departure of its first international service, operating from Cairns to Port Moresby this morning.