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Lufthansa withdraws complaint against Ufo union

mm Chief Assignment Editor- November 22, 2019

Lufthansa will not pursue the pending proceedings of the Hessian State Labor Court to review the trade union status at ... Read More

Hawaiian Air Cabin Crew Strike threatens holiday travel season for Hawaii?

editor editor- November 21, 2019

Over the last 6 months, Hawaiian Airlines Flight Attendants have been picketing at the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in ... Read More

South African Airways: Union strike could spell the end for airline

mm Chief Assignment Editor- November 14, 2019

The unions representing the flight attendants and other employees of South Africa’s struggling state airline, South African Airways (SAA), said ... Read More

Disabled group stuck on plane at Manchester Airport

editor editor- June 8, 2019

Six disabled passengers were left on board a plane at Manchester Airport for an hour and a half waiting for ... Read More

Lufthansa uses telemedicine on board its long-haul fleet

mm Chief Assignment Editor- June 5, 2019

As the first airline in the world to do so, Lufthansa has equipped all long–haul aircraft with the mobile ECG ... Read More

World Travel Awards 2019: Complete list of winners for Africa & the Indian Ocean

mm Alain St.Ange- June 4, 2019

The World Travel Awards took place in Mauritius. Businesses from all over Africa were competing to be the best of ... Read More

Swoop: Cabin crew have right to choose their representation

mm Chief Assignment Editor- May 27, 2019

Swoop, a Canadian ultra low-cost airline owned by WestJet, today issued the following statement from President Steven Greenway regarding the ... Read More

FlyArystan: The world’s newest low fare airline

Juergen T Steinmetz Juergen T Steinmetz- May 1, 2019

FlyArystan, the world’s newest low fare, high-quality airline from Kazakh flag carrier Air Astana, takes to the skies today, for ... Read More

Middle East’s finest travel brands revealed at World Travel Awards in Abu Dhabi

mm Chief Assignment Editor- April 27, 2019

The Middle East’s finest travel brands have been unveiled at a star-studded gala ceremony in Abu Dhabi, UAE. The elite ... Read More

Indian graduates to obtain EASA Cabin Crew Attestation for the first time

editor editor- April 26, 2019

Cabin Crew Europe in association with GMR Aviation Academy, is all set to deliver EASA approved Cabin Crew Initial Training ... Read More

Uganda Airlines’ long-awaited new planes land at Entebbe International Airport

mm Chief Assignment Editor- April 24, 2019

First two Uganda Airlines' long anticipated aircraft landed at Entebbe International Airport on Tuesday 23rd April 2019. Captained by all ... Read More

South African Tourism appoints Trade Relations Officer

mm Chief Assignment Editor- April 24, 2019

Sherwin Arends joins South African Tourism (SAT) as Trade Relations Officer, bringing a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the ... Read More

Emirates and Africa World Airlines ink interline agreement

mm Chief Assignment Editor- April 16, 2019

Emirates, the world’s largest international airline, and Africa World Airlines (AWA), the Ghanaian airline headquartered in Accra, have announced a ... Read More

Airline leadership changes hands from father to son

editor editor- April 12, 2019

The executive team of Porter Airlines is reorganizing to ensure continuity for its immediate and future development. Effective immediately, Robert ... Read More

Istanbul New Airport: First flight was to Ankara and a proud Turkish Nation is celebrating

Juergen T Steinmetz Juergen T Steinmetz- April 6, 2019

The Great Move to Istanbul Airport concluded. A proud city, a proud country and a proud airline are celebrating today ... Read More

Aviation Safety: Fatigue management

editor editor- March 28, 2019

In aviation operations, managing fatigue is important because it diminishes an individual’s ability to perform almost all operational tasks. This clearly has implications ... Read More

Why didn’t Boeing prevent the Boeing MAX 8 Crash of Ethiopian Airlines?

Juergen T Steinmetz Juergen T Steinmetz- March 17, 2019

A first result is out after the black box of ET 302 was examined by French aviation experts at  France's BEA air ... Read More

Airline pilots and crew enduring high levels of fatigue

editor editor- March 6, 2019

A new study based on real-life operations of 24 airlines and carried out on behalf of the EU Commission and ... Read More

European Commission: Critical flaws in airline employment practices

mm Chief Assignment Editor- March 1, 2019

A long-awaited wake-up call to EU Member States and an Expert Group are the two essential elements of the EU ... Read More

IATA: Airline industry showing continuing safety improvements

mm Chief Assignment Editor- February 21, 2019

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released data for the 2018 safety performance of the commercial airline industry showing continuing ... Read More

Emirates airline launches new service between Dubai and Porto

mm Chief Assignment Editor- February 19, 2019

Emirates announced today it will launch a four times weekly service between Portugal’s second largest city, Porto, and Dubai, from ... Read More

Flight disruptions and aviation chaos to continue in 2019

mm Chief Assignment Editor- January 25, 2019

2018 turned out to be a very disruptive year for the aviation and travel industry when, for the first time, ... Read More

Malaysian airline cabin crew charged with international drug trafficking

mm Chief Assignment Editor- January 23, 2019

A 48-year-old Malaysian airline flight attendant has been charged with smuggling high-grade heroin and ice into Sydney and Melbourne. The ... Read More

Ryanair pilots: New year, same threats

mm Chief Assignment Editor- January 16, 2019

2018 was a pivotal year for Ryanair and its pilots and cabin crew, engaging in the previously unchartered territory of ... Read More

Air France junks Millennial-oriented Joon airline brand

mm Chief Assignment Editor- January 14, 2019

Air France/KLM’s Joon - a Millennial-oriented airline brand, created to compete with the low-cost sector in Europe and long-haul, is ... Read More

Ryanair tells passengers to take bus after landing at wrong airport 480 miles away

mm Chief Assignment Editor- January 6, 2019

Travelers trying to scape Britain for some winter sun were left stranded in a Romanian airport for about a day ... Read More

Lufthansa: Working while others go on vacation

mm Chief Assignment Editor- December 19, 2018

Achim Bergmann will be celebrating Christmas with his family this year – just like any other year. His wife’s birthday ... Read More

Emirates partners with Star Alliance Airline SAA

Juergen T Steinmetz Juergen T Steinmetz- December 18, 2018

Emirates, and Star Alliance Member South African Airways (SAA), the South African flag carrier, are expanding their strategic cooperation with ... Read More

Ethiopian Airlines and EU to establish Ethio-European International Business School

mm Chief Assignment Editor- December 5, 2018

Ethiopian Airlines, the largest Aviation Group in Africa and SKYTRAX Certified Four Star Global Airline, and European Union Delegation to ... Read More

New duds make Air Canada Rouge crew look like extras from ‘Glee’, not Brooklyn hipsters

editor editor- May 31, 2013

A new low-cost air carrier has unveiled a ‘hipster-chic’ uniform for cabin crew in a bid to ensure that their ... Read More

JAL Group unveils new set of uniforms

editor editor- December 21, 2012

JAL Group (JAL) today unveiled the Group's brand new set of uniforms for approximately 26,700 of its staff members, including ... Read More

Bangkok Airways new uniform strikes 1 of 7 most outstanding flight attendant uniforms

editor editor- September 6, 2012

BANGKOK, Thailand - Recently, Bangkok Airways’ new cabin attendant uniform was acclaimed as 1 of 7 most outstanding airline uniforms ... Read More

Lufthansa flight attendants to strike throughout Germany on Friday

editor editor- September 5, 2012

Lufthansa cabin staff will strike throughout Germany on Friday, upping the stakes in a battle over pay and conditions that ... Read More

Lufthansa cabin staff strike begins on Friday

editor editor- August 31, 2012

Cabin staff at German airline Lufthansa will begin their strike action on Friday, the workers' union has said. Read More