Southwest Airlines has extended its flight schedule through the 2015 summer travel season. With this update, the airline will spread its heart between many new city pairs, and this summer, it will fly its biggest schedule in history.
Air New Zealand boosted its order of Boeing 787 Dreamlinersfrom 10 to 12, thanks to its popularity in the markets it serves as the carrier focuses lesson Europe and more on the South Pacific and South America regions.
Flag carrier Air India, placed into a restructuring plan by the government in 2012, is meeting all of its benchmarks up to now and is on target to be a profitable airline by 2020, said Chairman Rohit Nandan at the Star Alliance CEB meeting in Delhi on December 17.
Beware! December 19 is only two days away. OK, I think I know what you may be asking yourself; what is happening on December 19? That is a very valid question, and if you plan on traveling by air on Friday, I would recommend that you read on to find out.
Finnair's first A350-900 XWB is quickly taking shape in the Roger Béteille Final Assembly Line (FAL) in Toulouse, France.
The Department of Transportation (DOT) ruled Monday that it will evaluate whether Delta Air Lines will be able to keep the slot it uses to operate seasonal flights between Seattle and Tokyo's Haneda Airport.
The Boeing 787 Dreamliner took to the skies over Washington exactly five years ago today. Despite several delays that caused the first flight to be several months late, December 15, 2009 was a dream come true for Boeing.
Early this morning, Boeing announced that it reached a deal with a new start-up Canadian ULCC, jetliner, for an order of five 737 MAX 7s as well as purchase rights for an additional 16 737 MAXs.
American Airlines will reward its AAdvantage and Dividend Miles customers for purchasing first and business class tickets based on distance flown, fare class purchased, and the member's elite status level in 2015.
The long haul affiliate of Asia's largest low cost airline--AirAsia X--has placed a firm order for 55 Airbus A330neo aircraft. This order makes it the third firm order since the A330neo program was lunched at the Farnborough Air Show earlier this year.
After a year hiatus, American Airlines will re-launch flights between Cleveland and New York LaGuardia early next year.
One would think that things would slow down for the holidays, but that certainly wasn't the case for the aviation industry this week.
This week’s delivery of the first Airbus A350, the planned replacement of the A330 family, is facing an indefinite delay.
The first Airbus A350 XWB will be delivered to launch customer Qatar Airways on Monday, December 22nd in Toulouse. This news comes after it was announced that the first A350 XWB delivery was delayed, but Didier Evrard, head of the manufacturer's A350 program, was optimistic at an investor day forum...