U.S. Airlines Face A Vulnerable Aviation System In 2023

By Lori Ranson Feb 03, 2023
Holiday tech failures and meltdowns, on top of other ongoing operational difficulties, will make this an interesting year for U.S. commercial transport.
Airlines & Lessors

Flight Friday: Where Are We Now? Comparing U.S. Domestic And International Traffic Between 2019-2023

Feb 02, 2023
Following the pandemic, with travel restrictions being lifted, U.S. operators are back flying again, but how does this compare to 2019?
Air Transport
Xiamen Airport Rolls Out Subsidies To Attract International Flights 
Intercontinental scheduled flights to the Chinese city are being offered the highest subsidies.
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Heathrow CEO Holland-Kaye To Step Down In 2023

By Helen Massy-Beresford Feb 02, 2023
John Holland-Kaye will stand down this year having led London Heathrow Airport since 2014.
Airports & Routes

Hawaiian’s Return To Profit Hindered By Japan’s Recovery, Engine Supply

By Lori Ranson Feb 01, 2023
Hawaiian CEO Peter Ingram noted that investors were wondering "why it is taking Hawaiian longer to return to profitability than other U.S. airlines.”
Airlines & Lessors
Russia’s Air Transport Industry Deals With Ukraine War Fallout
Russia’s international traffic has dropped due to Western sanctions, but demand for domestic flying remains intact, bolstered by government subsidies.
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WestJet Confirms Transatlantic Cuts At Three Canadian Airports

By David Casey Jan 31, 2023
Transatlantic flights from three Canadian cities will not operate during summer 2023 but the airline has not ruled out bringing them back next year.
Airlines & Lessors

Consultation On Copenhagen Airport Redevelopment Begins

By David Casey Jan 31, 2023
The four-week consultation comes ahead of a bill going before Denmark’s parliament.
Airports & Routes

UK To Reinstate ‘Use It Or Lose It’ Slot Rules

By David Casey Jan 31, 2023
Airlines will once again need to use their slots 80% of the time in order to keep them the next equivalent season, but a clause has been added to help carriers.
Airports & Routes

Thailand Earmarks $9B For U-Tapao Airport Modernization

By Chen Chuanren Jan 30, 2023
Work is expected to commence in 2023. 
Airports & Routes

North Carolina’s Asheville Airport Breaks Ground On $55M ATC Tower

By Aaron Karp Jan 30, 2023
The project will be partially paid for via the U.S. infrastructure legislation passed by Congress in 2021.
Airports & Routes

China’s ‘Golden Week’ Travel Numbers Edge Above Expectations

By Chen Chuanren Jan 30, 2023
Daily domestic flights within China averaged almost 12,000 during the weeklong Lunar New Year holiday which saw 9 million passengers fly.
Airports & Routes
UK Regional Flybe Cancels All Flights After Entering Administration
Flybe has ceased trading with immediate effect, ending service on 17 regional routes which were all operated with De Havilland Canada Dash 8-400s.
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From The Editors: Major Upcoming Changes To Routes And ATW

Jan 27, 2023
Karen Walker and David Casey outline the improvements coming soon to Air Transport World and Routes magazines and Digests.
Air Transport

Government Seeks To End Dedicated Cargo Ops At Mexico City Juarez

By Lori Ranson Jan 25, 2023
IATA is concerned about a timeline the Mexican government has put forward to cut dedicated cargo operations from Mexico City Juarez International airport (MEX).
Airports & Routes

Philippines Seeks Management Company To Run Manila Airport

By Chen Chuanren Jan 25, 2023
The Philippines government is reportedly looking for a private airport management company to increase the efficiency of Manila Airport.
Airports & Routes

Ryanair CEO Sees Smoother Summer At Airports, Looks South For Growth

By Kurt Hofmann Jan 25, 2023
“Regarding summer 2023, Europe’s airport situation will be significantly better," Ryanair Group CEO Michael O’Leary tells Aviation Week Network.
Airlines & Lessors

SkyDrive Chooses U.S. Base, To Pursue FAA Certification

By Garrett Reim Jan 25, 2023
The Japanese eVTOL developer plans to enter the U.S. market ahead of pursuing certification with the FAA.
Advanced Air Mobility

Lufthansa Places Risky Bid For ITA Airways

By Jens Flottau Jan 25, 2023
German airline group wants to buy a minority stake first, but could take full control ultimately.
Airlines & Lessors

Op-Ed: The Problems At The FAA Begin Way Outside The FAA

David Grizzle Jan 24, 2023
The collapse of FAA's NOTAM system on Jan. 11 that grounded all flights into and within the U.S. for several hours was decades in the making.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Air New Zealand Increases China Schedule

By David Casey Jan 24, 2023
The carrier has reported strong demand for flights to Shanghai.
Airlines & Lessors

Africa To Take Bite-Sized Approach To Liberalization

By Victoria Moores Jan 23, 2023
Several initiatives are planned in 2023 to push forward African air transport liberalization.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Flights To Resume Between South Africa And Madagascar

By David Casey Jan 23, 2023
Airlink will reinstate nonstop service between the countries after a flight ban was lifted.
Airlines & Lessors

Schiphol Operator Fires Senior Official Over ‘Difference Of Opinion’

By Helen Massy-Beresford Jan 23, 2023
Royal Schiphol Group said its chief operating officer Hanne Buis will leave Feb. 1.
Airports & Routes

Eviation Scores 30-Aircraft LOI From Mexican Startup Aerus

By Ben Goldstein Jan 20, 2023
Aerus is a start-up carrier seeking to launch commercial service in 2023.
Advanced Air Mobility