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.
David Neeleman’s U.S. startup has reached a deal with Nordic Aviation Capital to lease 15 Embraer E190s.
Boom's supersonic XB-1 will begin flight trials next year to test technologies that will be used to develop a Mach 2.2, 55-passenger Overture airliner.
UK engine maker Rolls now expects a 55 percent decline in engine flying hours for widebodies this year.
UAL calls its decision to institute involuntary furloughs starting October 1 “a last resort.”
The European airframe maker sent 36 commercial airplanes to customers in June, compared with 24 in May and 14 in April.
Dublin, Ireland-based lessor Avolon registers its second Max order cancellation this year, raising the number of withdrawn commitments to 102.
European Union trade commissioner Phil Hogan accused the U.S. of rejecting the EU's attempts to finally settle their dispute over aerospace subsidies.
Underserved midsize cities will have to wait for launch of David Neeleman’s U.S. low-fare airline.
New low-cost carrier Air Arabia Abu Dhabi gets ready to start operations despite Covid-19 travel restrictions.
The delayed review of the UK's contentious quarantine policy eases requirements for 59 countries, but not for travelers from the U.S. and many others.