I cannot pass without commenting on one of the more laughable salvos in this war of words. With the US3 and MEB3 firing back and forth through the press, Emirates CEO Shaikh Ahmad Bin Saeed Al Maktoum threw the following jab at his (more profitable) US competitors, "Offer the best to the passengers and...
Airbus is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the A380's first flight. Since that historic day, airlines have ordered 317 of these "Superjumbos". 2015 is a key year for the program, as Airbus will decide on whether or not to proceed with an upgrade of the A380. On this Flashback Friday, we look...
Chris Paul Myers, Air New Zealand’s vice president and general manager of the Americas, UK and Europe, spoke to AirwaysNews about choosing Houston as its newest U.S. city, what is the ideal customer mix for the new flight and the airline's decision to use the 777-200 for the flight.
Captain Mark L. Berry talks about his memoir "13,760 Feet" which is about the crash of TWA 800.
For the third year in a row, JetBlue Airways took part in the Sun ‘n Fun International Fly-In and Expo in Lakeland, Florida by flying a special charter flight from Orlando.
Beginning December 21, 2015, Sunwing will start flying to Cancun from Windsor.
Advanced technology and a global supply chain are factors industry experts say have caused entry into service (EIS) delays for aircraft manufacturers. On March 27, new Bombardier CEO Alain Bellemare announced that the CSeries CS100 EIS would slip into 2016, but the manufacturer is sticking with the...
On May 1, Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport is scheduled to open a brand new 12 gate terminal .
Delta has purchase commitments 194 aircraft, including five Boeing 757-200 aircraft, which is totaled to approximately $13.6 billion.
United is introducing a revamped dining service for United Economy travelers on long-haul international flights just in time for the busy summer season.
The European manufacturer is celebrating another milestone as its A330 family program has collected over 1500 firm orders.
Middle Eastern carriers Emirates, Qatar Airways, and Etihad are under the public eye, after a consortium of US airlines publicly released documents that allege that the three carriers received more than $42.3 billion in subsidies and unfair benefits from their respective governments since 2004.
Earlier this month, Lufthansa took delivery of its final A380 on order, and it will soon take delivery of the final 747-8I t has on order.
Canadian aerospace manufacturer Bombardier is currently testing its latest family of commercial passenger aircraft, the CSeries, which will enter service in 2016. Over 25 years ago, the Montreal-based company launched its first family of commercial passenger aircraft, the Canadair Regional Jet (CRJ)...