Aviation Daily

By Christine Boynton
DOT outlines measures aimed at reducing injuries, improving dignity and mobility, and restoring confidence in flying for many individuals with disabilities.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Christine Boynton
Southwest Airlines has launched a wholly owned subsidiary focused on obtaining scalable sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).
Airlines & Lessors

By Matthew Fulco
The aviation sector is facing a slew of engine related challenges, from tight supply to high prices .
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Sean Broderick
"We are going to hold them accountable every step of the way, with mutually understood milestones and expectations,” FAA Administrator Mike Whitaker said.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Matthew Fulco
Thin margins caused by surging costs continue to challenge airlines despite a broader industry recovery from pandemic-induced disruptions.
Airlines & Lessors

By Michael Bruno
Howmet Aerospace Chairman and CEO John Plant said his company will not invest in significantly expanding titanium supply capacity.
Supply Chain

By Lori Ranson
The two ULCCs are offering a spate of arguments in favor of their proposed relationship.
Airlines & Lessors

By Kurt Hofmann
The premium leisure carrier will temporarily halt flights between Munich and Maldives capital Malé for the summer season, beginning March 10.
Airlines & Lessors

By Adrian Schofield
The Pacific Island carrier is boosting its fleet of Boeing 737 passenger and freighter aircraft and plans to add more to continue its replacement program.
Airlines & Lessors

By Chen Chuanren
As it prepares to enter commercial service, Riyadh Air is putting its focus on expanding international collaboration with airlines as one way to scale up its network from the Saudi Arabia capital.
Airports & Networks

By Chen Chuanren
The Asia-Pacific air transport industry needs to speak with one voice on the production and use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), All Nippon Airways’ (ANA) sustainability lead said at Routes Asia 2024.
Airports & Networks

By Lori Ranson
The Mexican ULCC believes inspections of GTF engines will extend into 2026 despite the powerplant’s manufacturer Pratt & Whitney increasing shop capacity.
Airlines & Lessors

By Victoria Moores
A traffic collision avoidance system alert was triggered Feb. 24 by lack of separation between an Ethiopian Airlines Airbus A350 and a Qatar Airways Boeing 787.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Garrett Reim
Universal Hydrogen has run its megawatt-class fuel cell powertrain testbed using fuel supplied by its liquid hydrogen module for the first time.
Advanced Air Mobility

By Jens Flottau
Lufthansa has announced the first operational plans for its new affiliate City Airlines, a project highly contentious for its labor unions.
Airlines & Lessors

By Maxim Pyadushkin
Uzbekistan Airways is planning to issue an IPO and Qazaq Air's major shareholder is looking to sell.
Airlines & Lessors

By Victoria Moores
PLAY had flagged a need to strengthen liquidity after a series of external factors adversely impacted the airline’s full-year results.
Airlines & Lessors

By Christine Boynton
The airlines say a U.S. District Court ruling blocking their proposed merger ignores the vast majority in favor of a few.
Airlines & Lessors

By William Moore
The ongoing Russia-Ukraine war has led to a multitude of global dilemmas, flight routing being only one piece of the puzzle.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Aaron Karp
Aeromexico is adding a new destination to its U.S. network amid uncertainty about the future of its transborder joint venture with Delta Air Lines.
Airports & Networks

By David Casey
Philippine carrier Cebu Pacific is “pulling all levers” in order to grow capacity as it grapples with Airbus A320neo-family aircraft groundings.
Airports & Networks

By David Casey
Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) director general Subhas Menon has called for governments to implement the necessary support initiatives for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) supply to help meet the needs of the aviation industry.
Airports & Networks

By David Casey
Malaysia’s government has approved the expansion and upgrade of Penang International Airport (PEN), transport minister Loke Siew Fook has revealed.
Airports & Networks

By Chen Chuanren
Malaysia Aviation Group (MAG) managing director Izham bin Ismail has hinted at “handsome results” for fiscal 2023, representing a turnaround coming out of the pandemic.
Airports & Networks

By Lori Ranson
ULCCs Allegiant Air and Viva Aerobus have asked the U.S. Transportation Department to restart a review of their proposed transborder joint venture.
Airlines & Lessors