American Airlines inadvertently featured several "mistake fares," discounting some tickets by 90%. But unlike United, it will allow its mishap to fly.
Boeing has announced today the completion of the firm configuration of the 777-9, the first variant of the 777X program currently in development.
Russia economic woes have taken a toll in Russian airlines. Transaero has opted to defer its Airbus A380 and Boeing 747-8I deliveries.
How does Emirates deliver consistency? What does it do differently to attract customers back again? Mike Slattery went to Dubai to find out.
The last flight for US Airways will take place this October, and one more name in the history of commercial aviation will fade.
United Airlines seems to follow the trend in the industry to make Pre-Flight Safety videos amusing and funny, appealing to humor and catch the attention of those on board.
Airfares dove 5.6% from June to July, resulting primarily from pricing pressure in Dallas/Chicago, cheaper fuel, and magnified effects from unbundling.
Korean Air has become the third operator of the Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental, in a ceremony held today at Boeing Everett Flight Test & Delivery Center. The airline follows Lufthansa -the launch customer- and Air China, which took delivery of its first aircraft last fall.
It would have seemed impossible to contemplate just three years ago, but Ryanair is becoming a ‘normal’ airline. For years, the Ireland-based ultra-low cost carrier revealed in not only its disruptive effect (in the commercial sense) in the marketplace, but also in what could politely be described...
St. Martin has stepped up big as a hub airport in the Eastern Caribbean market. Can it continue to grow in that role, bringing together the surrounding islands?
After more than a decade of absence in Florida, Scandivanian AIrlines has announced the return to Miami in fall 2016, with two new routes from Copenhagen with 3 flights a week and four weekly flights from Oslo, in a move that also includes a new route from Los Angeles to Stockholm next March, and...
Fly back in time aboard Lufthansa's Junker JU52 in a scenic flight over Hamburg.
Icelandair announced Montreal will be its 16th destination in North America and 5th in Canada. The airline already flies year-round to Edmonton and Toronto, and in the summer to Halifax and Vancouver. Starting on May 19th, 2016, it will fly four weekly flights from its hub in Reykjavik (KEF) to Montreal...
American Airlines has announced in its weekly Arrivals newsletter the end of its Philadelphia (PHL) - Tel Aviv (TLV) service. According to Airlineroute.net, last PHL - TLV flight will take place next January 4, 2016, while the final TLV - PHL flight has been set for the next day.