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Dassault Falcon poised for growth in the Middle East

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.

IATA: September passenger traffic rises but freight declines

Geneva – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced traffic results for September showing diverging trends for cargo and passenger traffic.

Forecast: Sub Saharan Africa requires 528 aircraft worth $65 billion

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.

South Pacific carriers will need 736 aircraft worth $98 billion

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

Boeing: China will need 5000 new planes over next 20 years

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 adjusts flight frequency plans for second half of 2011

JAL Group (JAL) announced today adjustments made to its international and domestic flight frequency plans for the second half of fiscal year 2011.

Air Transport Association reports April air travel demand increase

WASHINGTON - The Air Transport Association of America (ATA), the industry trade organization for the leading U.S.

Asia-Pacific to lead demand for new aircraft

Asia-Pacific airlines are expected to take delivery of around 8,560 new aircraft over the next 20 years, according to European aircraft manufacturer Airbus.

IATA: Global demand for air travel up

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) said their data showed that the industry picked up in 2010. On 2 February the group released their final figures for 2010.

World Travel Awards extends deadline for self nomination

World Travel Awards has announced an extension to the self-nomination deadline due to overwhelming demand.

IATA: Strong 2010 but uncertainties in 2011 for airlines

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%

Demand for business-class to increase in 2011, say analysts

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

Boeing forecasts 64% global airline fleet expansion by 2029

Following a gloomy year of falling air traffic demand and roiled financial markets, Boeing Co.

Boeing to step up production of 737s

With more than 2,000 unfilled orders from more than 80 customers around the world, the

British Airways demands government compensation for Icelandic volcano eruption

British Airways (BA) is adding its voice to European airlines' calls for government compensation for the financial impact of the volcanic ash cloud.

IATA: With fewer planes flying airline demand is up

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.

IATA adjusts projected airlines loss for this year by half

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.

Travel demand increases across Europe

Vacation demand has stabilized for the 2010 summer season in Germany and in the UK in particular, two of the largest tourism source markets in Europe.

IATA: International passenger demand up in January

International air travel demand continued to improve in January, the International Air Transport Association reported Tuesday.

United CFO: Demand for business travel recovering

NEW YORK - Demand for business travel on U.S.

Ritz-Carlton Las Vegas to close due to drop in demand and...

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Co will close its five-diamond property in Las Vegas this May, after the hotel struggled with a slide in demand and revenue.

Corporate travel: Slow but steady rise in business demand

Clear evidence of both resurgent transaction volumes and, at least in the airline sector, improving revenue trends, has meant that corporate travel demand, after finally turning positive in late 2009,

IATA: 2009 showed the worst demand decline in airline history

LONDON - The International Air Transport Association, or IATA, said 2009 showed the worst demand decline in history, despite December traffic improving 4.5% from a year earlier.

Middle Eastern carriers remain the bright spot with strong growth in...

Latest international passenger airline figures show that numbers are still down by 7.2 per cent in June compared to the same month last year, says the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

Leigh Clifford: The growth in demand certainly doesn’t reflect the increase...

PERTH - Qantas Airways Ltd. faces a challenging environment on some routes where capacity is growing but demand isn't growing as much, Chairman Leigh Clifford told a business group Wednesday.

Airlines offer $30 fares to generate demand when the peak US...

Southwest Airlines Co., the largest discounter, led six other major U.S. carriers in offering one- way fares as low as $30 to generate demand when the peak U.S. travel season wanes in September.

As demand plunges, fares drop

More business travelers are moving to the back of the plane, downgrading from business- and first-class seats to coach and adding to airline financial woes.