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New Pakistani airlines ‘unlikely’ to launch due to strict aviation policy,...

According to senior Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority official, new domestic airlines, which obtained licences in recent past, are 'unlikely' to start operations in Pakistan...

The big reveal: oneworld’s newest member – Royal Air Maroc

Oneworld, an airline alliance, started February 1, 1999 and currently has 14 members, thanks to the new addition of Royal Air Maroc.

India Women in Aviation International celebrates Girls in Aviation Day

International Civil Aviation Day is to help generate and reinforce worldwide awareness of the importance of international civil aviation towards the social and economic development.

Alain St.Ange delivering keynote address at CAA Uganda Stakeholders Meeting

Alain St.Ange, the former Seychelles Minister for Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine, honored to have been invited to deliver the keynote address at CAA Uganda stakeholders' meeting.

Airbus selects students with most innovative ideas to shape future of...

Airbus has selected 100 student teams from across five continents to go to the next round of the 2013 Fly Your Ideas challenge.

Routes aims for further growth in 2013

Last year was a record year for Routes with more delegates than ever before attending its World and Regional Route Development Forums, despite the challenging macro-economic climate and considerable h

Times have changed for airports – ACI Europe

Olivier Jankovec, director general of ACI Europe, told World Routes delegates that “times have changed” with airports increasingly competing with one another to “lure airlines”.

Fragmented government policies “a problem” for aviation

Jeff Poole, International Air Transport Association (IATA) director of industry charges, fuel and taxation, told World Routes delegates that different government policies are at odds with each other.

Overseas investment in Indian airline sector

NEW DELHI, India - Though the government may have allowed foreign carriers to invest in cash-strapped domestic airlines, it is unlikely to usher in benefits unless issues of high-taxes and infrastruct

Airlines For America CEO contends airline fees no different than another...

In an attempt to make the escalating schedule of airline fees seem less noxious, Mr. Nicholas Calio, the CEO of Airlines For America (A4A), the US industry’s spokesgroup, has issued a statement.

Qatar Airways named Best Airline in the World

HAMPSHIRE, England - Farnborough Air Show – Qatar Airways has once again triumphed at the annual Skytrax World Airline Awards, winning three top accolades including the main award Best Airline in th

US carriers deliver best on-time performance in over two years

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Airlines for America (A4A), the industry trade organization for the leading U.S.

Gulf low-cost carriers flying high

The global financial turmoil coupled with the rising cost of fuel has dented profits in the global aviation industry.

Airlines: Africa reports jump in demand

Geneva) - The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global traffic results for March showing that total passenger demand rose 7.6% and freight demand climbed 0.3% compared to the sa

US airline industry: Unprecedented era of safer skies

These days, stories about airline crew-member meltdowns and traffic controllers asleep on the job are enough to make even the bravest fliers clutch their armrests a little tighter.

IATA: Strong February performance, but outlook remains fragile

GENEVA, Switzerland - The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released global traffic results for February 2012 showing an 8.6% improvement in passenger demand and a 5.2% rise in cargo dema

Boeing to open aerospace research and technology center in Brazil

SAO PAULO, Brazil - Boeing announced today that it will establish Boeing Research & Technology-Brazil, a research and technology center in Sao Paulo that will work with the country's leading researche

Airbus to invest €2 billion in research and development in 2012

At the Airbus Day 2012 in Brussels, a high-profile gathering of over 100 Members of the European Parliament, policy-makers and industry representatives discussed key issues for the European aerospace

Fiji aligns national airline ownership requirements with international laws

SUVA, Fiji - To ensure compliance with international law and bilateral requirements governing air service rights granted to national airlines that fly to other nations, the Republic of Fiji has update

IATA chief: EU carbon tax tilting playing field

SINGAPORE - The aviation industry emits as much as about 600 million tons of carbon every year, and with more planes set to take to the skies, there's been a push towards creating a carbon neutral sec

Why are so many airlines run by the Irish?

The sight of airline bosses Willie Walsh and Michael O'Leary teaming up recently to urge the UK to scrap air passenger duties was a reminder of how the UK's airline industry is dominated by Irish men

Airlines ask Africa to review “complex” structure of its taxes and...

Africa has been asked to review the "complex" structure of its taxes and fees imposed by service providers to enable airlines in the continent exploit the existing growth potential.

The growth predicted for China’s aviation sector is startling

Even by the standards of China, the growth predicted for the aviation sector is startling.

Billions of dollars pumped into UAE’s burgeoning aviation industry

In Silicon Oasis in Dubai, tucked away behind streets peppered with unfinished buildings and empty office blocks, is a thriving, upscale community of villas.
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