Qantas announced new operating times for its Perth-Hong Kong services to provide greater convenience and better connections for customers.
SAS will launch four new routes during 2010, whilst adding frequencies on three routes.
The US Department of Justice has reported that the joint transatlantic venture between British Airways and American Airlines (AA) could result in "competitive harm".
United Airlines, Continental, and All Nippon Airways (ANA) have applied for antitrust approval in an effort to create a more efficient trans-Pacific network.
U.S airline stocks fell on Wall Street in the wake of a terrorist's foiled attempt to blow up Northwest Flight 253 to Detroit on Christmas day.
Australian passengers traveling to the US and Canada should be prepared for stringent security measures, following the Christmas day terrorism scare on Northwest Flight 253.
Qantas has recently confirmed that wholly owned subsidiary Jetstar has been talking to Malaysia-based low cost carrier AirAsia about a possible joint venture.
A group consortium, including American Airlines, Continental Airlines, and United Airlines, have filed a lawsuit against the British government for its implementation of a emissions trading scheme.
Bad weather in Kingston, Jamaica caused an American Airlines plane yesterday to skid off the runway while landing, injuring 44 passengers.
A Virgin Blue Boeing and a Cathay Pacific came a little too close for comfort on Tuesday evening, when the two aircraft came within minutes of each other in the airspace near Darwin.
Ryanair has confirmed that talks with Boeing to secure 200 new Boeing aircraft has formally broken down, and with no plans to restart talks, the airline will return the funds to shareholders.
Current and former executives of EADS, parent of Airbus, were cleared by France's AMF regulators last week over insider trading allegations.
Spanish low cost carrier Air Comet has gone bust, cancelling all services and leaving thousands of passengers stranded after all of the airline's aircraft were impounded by creditors on Tuesday.
Recently receiving delivery of its fifth Airbus A380, Qantas now is holding out for the sixth superjumbo so that it can start increase capacity on its Melbourne to London through Singapore operations
Qantas has been accused by an Australian union of underpaying its New Zealand-based crew through a wholly owned subsidiary which operates services on the trans-Tasman routes.
After reporting a 9.7% increase in traffic for the month of November, Qantas says that it is looking at returning some of the capacity cut in reaction to the global financial crisis.
Qatar Airways has confirmed three new destinations for its network, set to launch at the start of next year, Tokyo Japan, Bengaluru India and Ankara Turkey.
Starting on 3 May 2010, Air France will begin operating a new service between Paris and Abu Dhabi.
Late last week the governments of Japan and the United States inked a brand new open skies policy after long-spaning negotiations were launched in May, opening expansion opportunities at both Tokyo a...
Hundreds of passengers were delayed last week in Paris as Air France and Singapore Airlines experienced technical and electrical glitches on their Airbus A380s.