For KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, the introduction of the Boeing 787-9 marks the dawn of a new age for both customers and crew.
Qatar Airways took delivery of its 24th and 25th 787s this week, and its GCEO Akbar Al Baker was not shy about the ongoing fight with Delta Air Lines.
United reinforces its route offer in San Francisco by launching service to Tel Aviv and Auckland, plus the Xi'an route previously announced.
Air France announced 2,900 layoffs and the restructuring of its long-haul network, prompting a violent reaction from part of the workforce.
Orders and commitments include 250 Boeing 737 and 50 widebody aircraft, plus a 737 Completion and Delivery Center in China.
Lower per-seat mile costs the 787 presents combined with low fuel prices are making long thin routes profitable. Seth Miller reports.
Japan Airlines has announced the return to Dallas / Ft. Worth from Tokyo-Narita, starting next November 30.
Qantas has announced and order for eight Boeing 787-9, intended to replace part of its aging Boeing 747-400 fleet, and add further capacity for future international growth.
El Al has started negotiations for the purchase and leasing of up to 15 Boeing 787 Dreamliner family aircraft, plus 13 additional aircraft , intended to replace its aging long-haul widebody aircraft.
To showcase its newest wide-body aircraft and unified cabin, LAN invited Airways to experience its flagship service from JFK to SCL on its inaugural scheduled service with the Boeing 787-9 and test the new product which will be customary in all long-haul aircraft once both carriers are merged into one...
Vietnam Airlines continues hitting the headlines. After the delivery of its first Airbus A350 last week, the state-owned airline has announced a the subscription of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the acquisition of eight 787-10 Dreamliners and eight 777-8X aircraft.
By Roberto Leiro / Published June 26, 2015 In its weekly Arrivals newsletter, American Airlines (AA) updates its employees on the efforts of getting all AA and US Airways (US) aircraft painted in the new AA colorscheme, launched in 2013 after announcement of the merger between both airlines. RELATED:...
Qatar is here to stay, it has an enviable onboard product, and it isn't afraid to ground a veritable fleet of aircraft for a week to make its point, say the Airbus A380, Boeing 787, Airbus A350, all-business class Airbus A319, and mid-haul Airbus A320 aircraft at Le Bourget.
LE BOURGET — A massive weight has been lifted from Boeing's 787 Dreamliner inventory and transferred to Ethiopian Airlines as the carrier agreed to terms today to acquire six of the "terrible teens" aircraft, ultimately bringing its fleet to 19.