Air Freight News
Cathay tells US union of plan to close last overseas pilot base
Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. has started a review that could lead to the shuttering of its pilot bases in the US, the Hong Kong carrier’s…
Qantas to raise fares and cut flights due to high fuel prices
Qantas Airways Ltd. is pushing up fares and making deeper cuts to scheduled flights in Australia to offset months of higher fuel costs.
Qantas pilots warn safety risks loom as air travel rebounds
Qantas Airways Ltd.’s pilots union has warned of looming risks to flight safety -- from crew fatigue to looser landing rules in Australia -- as…
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Aeroflot is back to the future as sanctions ground its ambitions
Hours after President Vladimir Putin announced Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Aeroflot PJSC’s top executives gathered at the airline’s headquarters down the street from the Kremlin.
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Avion Express extends its partnership with SunExpress for 2022 summer season
Leading global ACMI (Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance, and Insurance) operator, Avion Express, has announced that the company will be continuing its partnership with SunExpress for the…
Air France-KLM to sell $2.4 billion new shares to cut debt
Air France-KLM plans to sell about 2.26 billion euros ($2.4 billion) of new shares to shore up its balance sheet and repay a chunk of…
Lufthansa bids with MSC for Alitalia successor ITA Airways
Deutsche Lufthansa AG confirmed on Tuesday that it made a joint bid with container giant MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company SA to buy Italia Trasporto Aereo,…
Etihad CEO says India sales higher, optimistic on China rebound
Etihad Airways said bookings for its India flights are edging higher as the south Asian nation loosens coronavirus curbs, adding to a surge in demand…
Boeing turns to workers, data to bolster safety after Max crisis
Boeing Co. is taking steps to bolster safety and address criticism that it lacked a robust, in-house oversight program in the wake of two fatal…
Airbus sees business jet sales boost despite war, China lockdown
Airbus SE’s corporate-jet division is more optimistic about prospects for this year, even as the Russia-Ukraine conflict and Chinese coronavirus lockdowns weigh on sales.