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Southwest’s next CEO is reluctant to share lists of unruly passengers
Southwest Airlines Co.’s next chief executive officer said the carrier is wary of sharing no-fly lists with other airlines, as advocated by Delta Air Lines…
Beaten-down airline stocks celebrate easing of travel rules
The easing of U.S. and U.K. travel restrictions is breathing new life into European airline stocks.
American Air pilots seek to oust managers over flight snags
American Airlines Group Inc. pilots’ union called for the removal flight operations managers, citing years of poor performance including delays that forced the carrier to…
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ATRAN Airlines becomes the winner of the Eurasian aviation marketing award 2021
ATRAN Airlines, the express carrier within Volga-Dnepr Group, has received the first prize during the Eurasian aviation marketing awards. The official ceremony took place on…
US court approves extension of exclusivity deadline for submission of LATAM reorganization plan until Oct. 15
Today, the Court of the Southern District of New York’s judge approved the request for the extension of the exclusivity period to present LATAM’s Reorganization…
British Airways scraps Gatwick plan, escalating union standoff
British Airways dropped plans to set up a new, lower-cost unit at London Gatwick airport, setting up a high-stakes showdown with its pilots union, which…
Airbus production ramp-up ‘constrained’ by supply-chain woes
Airbus SE’s push to quickly scale up production as air travel recovers from the Covid-19 pandemic is testing suppliers that have struggled to hire enough…
Boeing sees Chinese airlines buying 8,700 new aircraft by 2040
Boeing Co. expects Chinese airlines will need 8,700 new aircraft for a total of $1.47 trillion by 2040, doubling the country’s commercial fleet size as…
Airline pilots, crews exposed to increasing levels of radiation
Airlines are exposing their personnel to increasing amounts of radiation as planes fly longer distances, with pilots receiving the highest annual doses, France’s nuclear safety…
Tim Strauss to remain as CEO of Amerijet International, Inc.
Tim Strauss, who previously announced his intention to resign, has agreed to stay with Amerijet as its CEO.