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De Juniac expressed "surprise" at the Indian government’s refusal to join the carbon offsetting and reporting initiative.
International aviation officials urge that the private sector control the state-owned airlines’ operations.
Apart from requiring increased inspections, the India DGCA has barred operations to the Andaman Islands.
The Vienna-based Lufthansa Group unit will acquire 10 Airbus A320s, close regional crew bases, and hand routes to other Lufthansa group carriers.
Industry leaders applaud India’s government for clearing a path for building aviation infrastructure.
CEO Tom Enders led the celebration for the new plant in Mobile, Alabama.
As the European airframer breaks ground on an A220 plant in Alabama, anxiety about its supply of UK-made parts intensifies.
The Gulf state sought full and immediate liberalization of fifth-freedom traffic rights.
Industrial action forces Lufthansa to cancel around 500 flights from eight airports, including its main hub at Frankfurt
The non-scheduled Boeing 777 flight carried a Trent 1000 engine for maintenance in Singapore