Shell Aviation, the jet-fuel arm of the global energy company, will partner with biofuel provider World Energy to supply Lufthansa Group with sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) on select flights from San Francisco.
United Airlines will take a $90 million charge against its Hong Kong routes that reflects reduced demand in the market and related capacity cuts due to continued political unrest, the carrier said Jan. 7.
Delta Air Lines is looking to capitalize on its status as the world’s most-profitable airline by investing in a host of applications ranging from exoskeleton suits for employees to an expanded partnership with U.S.-based rideshare company Lyft.
Officials from Ukraine and executives from Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) headed to Tehran, Iran on Jan. 8 to learn more about what brought down a UIA Boeing 737-800 shortly after it departed Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA) earlier that day, killing all 179 people on board.
Airlines are making changes to their flight planning and schedules to avoid Iranian and Iraqi airspace amid growing military tensions between the U.S. and Iran—and after a Ukrainian International Airlines (UIA) aircraft crashed after take-off from Tehran, killing everyone on board.
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