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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - VPAA Co. dba/Gulfstream International Airlines ("Gulfstream") announced today its adoption of a new name and brand: Silver Airways.
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OceanBank and Vietnam Airlines signed a US$7 million loan agreement for the purchase of spare aircraft engines.
Etihad Airways swept the board at the annual World Travel Awards for the Middle East, picking up four gongs including the Middle East's leading airline prize.
FORT WORTH, Texas - For the third consecutive year, American Airlines is a recipient of the Diversity Council Honors Award™ from the Association of Diversity Councils, which recognizes companies for
The Trinidad and Tobago government has given the greenlight for Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL) to spend US$200 million on purchasing nine aircraft from the French manufacturer ATR, ending weeks of d
CALGARY - WestJet today reported third quarter 2010 net earnings of $54 million, or 37 cents per diluted share, which marks its 22nd consecutive quarter of profitability and a 72 per cent increase in
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia – Star Alliance today announced that the Chief Executive Board (CEB) has unanimously approved the application of Ethiopian Airlines to join Star Alliance.
Pakistan International Airlines Corp., the nation’s largest carrier, posted a wider loss in the second quarter after fuel costs rose.
SINGAPORE — Singapore Airlines Ltd. reported a fiscal first-quarter net profit, reversing a year-earlier loss, as the global economic recovery boosted air travel.
American Airlines is exploring the possibility of selling its regional affiliate American Eagle, and industry analysts say Indianapolis-based Republic Airways Holdings could be a potential buyer.
Air Canada today announced new services for seven more American cities, fortifying its Toronto hub and strengthening its position as the leading transborder carrier with the most daily flights between
PRAGUE - The lone bidder for loss-making Czech Airlines offered 1 billion crowns ($58.3 million) for the state carrier on Wednesday, but attached strings that may make the deal unacceptable for the go
TOKYO — Japan's transport minister said Sunday he will not force the struggling Japan Airlines, Asia's biggest airline, into bankruptcy.
SINGAPORE - Airline companies have played an immense feat, juggling both the legacy and low-cost carrier segment with unwavering commitment in going through the test of times during the last seven yea
German national carrier Lufthansa continues to consider Asia as a strong market. “It would be wrong to say that Asia will not be affected by the ongoing financial crisis.
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