Despite Regulatory Challenges, Ancillary Fees And Products Are Huge

By Chris Sloan Mar 15, 2023
Ancillary products are growing and becoming more creative.
Airlines & Lessors

Commentary: US Small Airports Lose Out To Hubs As Regional Service Declines

David Dague Mar 15, 2023
The US airport ecosystem is changing and redistributing passengers.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Podcast: Transatlantic Market: A Record Summer Awaits?

By David Casey Mar 09, 2023
Aviation Week editors discuss the highly lucrative market between Europe and North America, where demand for flights has returned stronger than ever.
Air Transport

Exclusive Interview With Kuwait Airways CEO

By Kurt Hofmann Mar 07, 2023
Established in 1954, government-owned Kuwait Airways operates a fleet of 34 aircraft, making it one of the region’s smallest carriers.
Airlines & Lessors

Airlines And Airports Remain In IT Spending Catchup

By Alan Dron Mar 07, 2023
Airlines and airports still aren’t spending as much on IT versus 2019.
Emerging Technologies

Public-Private Partnerships Invest In Clean Aircraft Technology Programs

By Graham Warwick Mar 07, 2023
Research ramps up to create technology foundation for new, cleaner aircraft.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

CAPA Perspective: LCCs Make North Atlantic Gains

Mar 07, 2023
LCCs are again growing share in the North Atlantic market.
Airlines & Lessors

Carriers Return To Former Markets And Open New Routes

By David Casey Mar 02, 2023
Airlines are revisiting previously served markets and exploring new ones.
Airports & Networks

50 New Routes Starting In March 2023

Mar 02, 2023
Air India launches Amritsar-London Gatwick route; Delta adds two international services.
Airports & Networks

Commentary: Why US Real ID For Air Travel Is A Bad Idea

Kevin Mitchell Mar 02, 2023
The US should drop its Real ID plan.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Podcast: Is Colombia Losing An Airline?

By Aaron Karp Mar 02, 2023
Aviation Week editors discuss the twists and turns of ultra-low cost carrier Viva Colombia, which suspended operations this week.
Air Transport

Budget Carriers Are Back In The Transatlantic Market

By David Casey Feb 28, 2023
LCCs are taking a small but growing share in the transatlantic market.
Airports & Networks

Demand For Transatlantic Travel Is Back Stronger Than Ever

By Aaron Karp Feb 27, 2023
Airlines on both sides of the Atlantic prepare for a record summer season.
Airlines & Lessors

Podcast: The State Of The European Airline Market

By Karen Walker Feb 24, 2023
Editors discuss airline failures, acquisitions and partnerships that will shape the European aviation market as it heads into its busiest season.
Air Transport

Analysis: Airlines And Airports Should Spend More On IT

By Karen Walker Feb 23, 2023
Seamless travel, let’s be frank, is an overused, underdelivered industry buzz phrase.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Editorial: Europe And Its Airlines Need A Viability Wakeup Call

By David Casey Feb 23, 2023
When Flybe became Europe’s first casualty of the year, passengers scheduled to travel with the airline could be forgiven for thinking they had déjà vu.
Airports & Networks

Coming Back In Vogue: Ultra-Long-Haul Flying

By Alan Dron Feb 23, 2023
Qantas is leading the pursuit to make ultra-long-haul flying comfortable and popular.
Airlines & Lessors

Why Lufthansa Is Ready To Reinvest In The Future

By Linda Blachly Feb 23, 2023
Investment in the future and customer personalization are central to Lufthansa strategy.
Airlines & Lessors

People Want To Connect For Work And Play When They Fly

By Linda Blachly Feb 23, 2023
Passengers are pushing more than ever for fast, personalized IFC technology.
Interiors & Connectivity

E-commerce Remains A Growing Driver For Airfreight In Many Regions

By Alan Dron Feb 21, 2023
Helping to drive the e-commerce boom is the fact that in certain regions of the world, the phenomenon has hardly scratched the surface.
Airlines & Lessors

Why Older Passenger Aircraft Are Finding New Homes As Freighters

By Alan Dron Feb 21, 2023
The market for converted freighters remains strong.
Airlines & Lessors

Commentary: Southwest COO Promises Investment And Fixes

Andrew Watterson Feb 21, 2023
Southwest’s response to holiday chaos will be strong.
Airlines & Lessors

All Eyes Are Watching How Saudi Arabia’s Air Transport Vision Unfolds

By Alan Dron Feb 17, 2023
Saudi Arabia’s plans for a much-expanded commercial aviation industry may become clearer this year.
Airports & Networks

Podcast: Asia’s International Resurgence

By David Casey Feb 16, 2023
As international travel surges back across the Asia-Pacific region, what does the future hold for this dynamic aviation market?
Air Transport

Commentary: How To Address The Pilot Shortage Problem

Lee Woodward Feb 14, 2023
The US pilot shortage is real; attracting a more diverse group of people is part of the solution.
Maintenance & Training