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DUBAI, UAE - Dassault Falcon sees demand for business jets recovering throughout the Middle East, spurred on by large regional operators and the increased globalization of commerce.
Geneva – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced traffic results for September showing diverging trends for cargo and passenger traffic.
Airlines in sub Saharan Africa are predicted to require 528 new passenger aircraft by 2030, with a value of US$65billion according to the latest Airbus Global Market Forecast.
According to Airbus’ latest Global Market Forecast (GMF), between 2011 and 2030, carriers in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands region will require 736 new passenger and freighter aircra
The Boeing Company, China’s leading provider of passenger airplanes, projects that China will require 5,000 new commercial airplanes valued at $600 billion over the next 20 years.
JAL Group (JAL) announced today adjustments made to its international and domestic flight frequency plans for the second half of fiscal year 2011.
WASHINGTON - The Air Transport Association of America (ATA), the industry trade organization for the leading U.S.
World Travel Awards has announced an extension to the self-nomination deadline due to overwhelming demand.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) reported full-year 2010 demand statistics for international scheduled air traffic that showed an 8.2% increase in the passenger business and a 20.6%
SINGAPORE: Asia's airline industry has made a full recovery from its worst downturn in the wake of the global recession and air travel in the region has returned to pre-crisis levels - with a strong s
Following a gloomy year of falling air traffic demand and roiled financial markets, Boeing Co.
British Airways (BA) is adding its voice to European airlines' calls for government compensation for the financial impact of the volcanic ash cloud.
TOKYO—All Nippon Airways Co.
Global airline traffic in February jumped 9.5pc from a year earlier as carriers filled planes by keeping long-haul aircraft on the ground more, the International Air Transport Association said.
The Air Transport Association (IATA) is favorably downgrading its initial projection of US$5.6 million in airline losses for 2010 to exactly half of that at $US2.8 million.