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JetBlue Airways is the first carrier to purchase carbon offset credits through IATA's new trading platform.
EASA expects the Boeing 737 Max to be able to return to flight in Europe in mid-January.
Former IAG boss Willie Walsh will succeed IATA DG Alexandre de Juniac to steer the industry through the Covid crisis with renewed focus on the environment.
IATA says governments must urgently lift quarantine restrictions based on a harmonized approach to Covid testing because airlines can't wait for vaccines.
The Covid pandemic makes for a “pretty casual decision” on the timing of Southwest Airlines’ resumption of 737 Max 8 operations.
The UK government is investing almost $28 million to encourage development of sustainable aviation fuel use.
Etihad’s plan to start services to Tel Aviv on March 28 heralds a codeshare deal, MRO collaboration and cooperation on cargo services.
Following the government of Norway’s decision to withhold further support from the airline, Norwegian Air Shuttle has turned to the courts in Ireland.
Boeing has established a dedicated 24/7 operations center for rapid issue resolution and will install expanded onsite specialized teams in five regions.
A new order signed by FAA Administrator Steve Dickson paves the way for the Max’s return to service by year-end.