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Airlines need to plan the exit from the EU in Britain, but with the current impossible and unpredictable situation for airlines to plan ahead,...
Virgin Atlantic chief executive Steve Ridgway has said that International Airlines Group, owner of British Airways, will have a “massive competition mountain” to climb if it is to be successful in
On the 18th floor of the Dubai’s iconic World Trade Center tower, situated on Sheikh Zayed Road, Lufthansa celebrated the opening of its new office premises.
LONDON - British Midland Airways Ltd., or bmi, "is here to stay," the airline's chief executive said Tuesday, adding there is no intention to break up the carrier.
London - Lufthansa said it's going to pay Michael Bishop 175 million pounds ($288 million) so that Bishop doesn't exercise a put option requiring the German airline to buy Britain's BMI.
British airline BMI has apologised after in-flight maps on its London-Tel Aviv service did not identify Israel.
Travelers wishing to travel between the United Kingdom and Brazil are giving you another option starting today, April 14, thanks to a codeshare agreement between UK’s bmi and Brazil's TAM airlines.
In a hotel conference room in Tokyo, the heads of some of the world’s biggest airlines - Lufthansa, United, All Nippon and SAS - were discussing their biggest headache.
The airline will take an 80% share of the UK company by buying the 50% owned by BMI chairman Sir Michael Bishop for £318 million.
Mr. Nigel Turner, the CEO of bmi, the second largest airline operating out of London Heathrow, traveled to Amman last week to meet with company directors and government organizations, recognized within their fields as established leading figure heads operating within the travel trade and aviation market.
TEL AVIV, Israel (eTN) - Until a couple of years ago it seemed as though no one was going to break the stranglehold of British Airways and El Al on the London to Tel Aviv route. The national carriers remained unchallenged, until the Israeli authorities finally caved in to pressure to move towards an “open skies” policy.