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He's already suggested installing coin-operated lavatories and selling standing room on flights, so it may not be surprising that the latest idea from the colorful CEO of Ryanair is once again pushing
Mexico City - Debt-ridden airline Mexicana de Aviacion needs a cash injection of at least $100 million to keep flying, the company's chief executive said on Tuesday.
Beginning November 3 and pending regulatory approval, Lufthansa will begin flying five flights weekly to Pointe Noire in Central Africa.
A decline in the number of passengers boarding U.S. domestic flights will accelerate this year as the recession saps travel demand, the Federal Aviation Administration said.
Recent events had me wondering about the accuracy of the old axiom that you're more likely to be killed on the drive to the airport than on the flight.
Amadeus, a global leader in technology and distribution solutions for the travel and tourism industry, today released a new survey that, for the first time, captures sentiment around emerging airline
At Cleveland Hopkins International Airport yellow strips of tape, like you might see surrounding a crime scene or a dangerous construction zone, are draped across the guide ropes at the Southwest Airl
To many American leisure travelers, a $1,000 round-trip airline ticket might conjure a dream vacation to Rome, Rio de Janeiro or Sydney.
Less than a month after pilots at US Airways took out a full-page ad in USA Today accusing the carrier of skimping on fuel loads to save money, pilots at other airlines are continuing to sound the ala
RIYADH — An Indian expatriate from Dhahran was allowed to board a flight home yesterday, ending a monthlong ordeal that began when he collapsed at the airport in Bahrain on May 12.“The airline has flown Kumar back to India,” said Abdul Razak, spokesman for Qatar Airways in Riyadh.
LONDON — Business-class airline Silverjet PLC, strained by high fuel prices and tight credit conditions, said Wednesday it had found a Middle East investor willing to pump US$100 million into the airline to keep it flying.
Many families purchase tickets for children who will be flying solo to visit a parent, to see grandparents or to go to camp. With the summer travel season approaching, it's a good time to review airline policies.
Judging from the recent news out of the airline industry, you would think boarding a commercial flight would be a guaranteed death sentence.