News and issues relating to international air transport and cargo carriers, national airlines and regional airlines, including aircraft, engines, personnel, acquisitions, accidents, safety, security and training.
<b>Emirates Charter Intros Exotic Travel Packages</b><br />Empire Aviation Group (EAG) has announced plans for “Lifestyle@Empire,” an extension to the comp
The cash registers started to ring here at the 2009 Dubai Airshow yesterday with a modest but nonetheless welcome batch of airliner and engine orders.
<b>Mubadala Breaks Ground on Airbus Deal</b><br />The first two contracts following the November 2008 master-supply agreement between EADS and Mubadala Dev
Airbus unveiled a much-anticipated advance to its A320 family yesterday when it launched a program to develop new wingtip devices called “Sharklets.” To co
Kuwait-based low-fare carrier Jazeera Airways has selected U.S.
Lufthansa Systems is here (Stand A220) promoting its software programs for airline operations such as scheduling, crew management, flight planning, and wei
French engine maker Snecma (Stand W420) and Baynuna Aviation Technology (BAT), a Abu Dhabi-based defense company, have formed a joint venture called Snecba
<strong>MagEagle UAV To Track Subs </strong><br />Boeing’s Phantom Works is developing a version of its ScanEagle Compressed Carriage (SECC) unmanned air s
<h3>Golf Champ Garcia To Visit Hawker Beech Chalet </h3>
Professional golfer Sergio Garcia plans to visit Hawker Beechcraft (Chalet A9) at the show this a
Future passenger aircraft might not be as exotic as some research projects and artist renderings have suggested, according to Philippe Jarry, a member of A