The Bombardier CS300, the newest commercial aircraft on the market, made its maiden flight just after 11:00 a.m. today at Montreal's Mirabel airport. The larger CSeries variant follows the smaller CS100, which took to the skies 17 months ago.
A mobile passport app developed by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA) is now in operation at Miami International Airport.
As the Wall Street Journal reports on possible exemptions to the 1,500-mile perimeter cap out of LaGuardia Airport, AirwaysNews looks back at what happened when exceptions were put in place at Ronald Reagan National Airport, which has its own 1,250-mile perimeter rule. Exemptions out of LaGuardia could...
As JetBlue and airport concessions operator SSP America became among the first to use Apple Pay in the airline/airport space, an analyst sees the possibilities for travelers, but notes that other options are already available.
For Boeing, 2013 was by all accounts a banner year. The manufacturer delivered a record 648 airplanes, and booked 1,531 gross orders.
Virgin America announced a net profit of $28.1 million for the fourth quarter of 2014 last week, marking its first financial reporting season as a publicly traded airline with record figures.
As airlines have made major upgrades to their premium cabins for transcon flights, eyebrows are being raised as Virgin America chooses to add pillows instead of putting lie-flat seats in first class as its competitors have done.
As Aer Lingus’s new CEO Stephen Kavanagh prepares to sit down behind his desk for the first time on 1 March, he faces an interesting short-term future.
Certification of the Bombardier CS300 is one step closer after the Canadian manufacturer announced that the jet has been issued a flight permit by Transport Canada.
As U.S. carriers dig out from this weekend's Winter Storm Pandora, AirwaysNews looks back at the thousands of cancelled flights across the country this winter and how the airlines managed operations during obscure conditions during what has shaped up to be a brutal storm season.
A recent pricing error on United Airlines’ fares allowed thousands of people to book trans-Atlantic flights from the United Kingdom for as little as $50, along with business and first class for under $100 by selecting the Danish Kroner as their form of currency.
As it celebrates its 15th anniversary, JetBlue Airways unveiled its latest special livery entitled “Bluemanity” in honor of its 16,000-strong force of crewmembers and inspired by a collective effort to help an employee’s granddaughter, who needed a new heart.