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It’s not only FRAPORT or LHR: Also Europe’s regional airports are...

When thinking about airports in Europe, most travel professionals are thinking about London Heathrow, FRAPORT, Munich, Paris De Gaulle. However, Europe’s regional airports are becoming more and...

Montego Bay welcomes Swoop’s inaugural flight from Hamilton

Today Swoop celebrates its first international flight from John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport (YHM) to Sangster International Airport (MBJ) in Montego Bay, Jamaica. The...

Africa Hospitality Report 2018/19 launched

The 2nd edition of Jumia’s Africa Hospitality Report looks at the 2017/2018 trends in the continent’s tourism, travel, hospitality and aviation industries.

Airline Safety: Lion Air says NO to Boeing 737 MAX cancelling...

Lion Air doesn't trust Boeing and the owner of Indonesia's largest low cost airline is taking safety over an economic loss.

About to be on Strike: Flair Airlines

The Canadian Union of Public Employees has filed 72-hour strike notice for Local 4060, representing 139 flight attendants who work for ultra-low-cost carrier Flair Airlines.

Airbus: 43 aircraft booked, 89 delivered in November

Airbus booked orders for a total of 43 aircraft in its single-aisle A320 and widebody A330 families during November, and provided 89 jetliners from...

WOW air links Iceland to Asia for the very first time

WOW air has expanded its network from Keflavik Airport by launching the Icelandic hub’s first nonstop flight to Asia, with the airline offering services...

IAG: Final assault on CEO of Norwegian Air?

Willie Walsh, CEO of the International Airlines Group (IAG), decided to give the final assault to Norwegian Air Shuttle.

African Tourism Partners steps up Africa Travel & Tourism Master Classes

Africa Tourism Partners (ATP) will host its Africa Travel and Tourism Marketing Master Class and Business/MICE Travel Connection in Johannesburg

Thai Transport Ministry orders budget carriers to play fair

BANGKOK, Thailand - Low-cost airlines must provide food and drinks or ticket refunds to delayed passengers under a Transport Ministry regulation to protect the rights of passengers.

Al Khaleej: Abu Dhabi to launch low-cost airline in 2010

A United Arab Emirates-based investment company will start a low-cost airline from Abu Dhabi next year, al Khaleej reported, citing industry sources it didn’t identify.

FlyDubai plans to expand rapidly

FlyDubai, the emirate’s first low-cost carrier, will add up to eight new destinations by the end of the year and plans to expand at a faster pace until 2011, despite the downturn in the global aviat

Travel picture looks different for low-cost carriers and major airlines

CHICAGO - Airlines reporting August passenger traffic so far are lining up in two camps: low-cost carriers like US Airways Group (LCC) say the picture is improving, but major international carriers, i

AirAsia turns Singapore into a virtual hub

Despite the fact that AirAsia does not have an airline based in Singapore, the City State is turning now into one of the busiest gateways for the red-and-white, low-cost carrier.

Lebanon: Low-cost tourism infrastructure needed

BEIRUT - Lebanese take special pride in their hospitality.

China’s nascent low-cost airlines

Despite being the world's fastest growing commercial aviation market, China is not a hotbed for low-cost carriers.

Growth in low-cost carrier passenger traffic within Asia Pacific

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

AirAsia is best Asian low-cost airline

AirAsia has bagged the Best Asian Low-Cost Carrier award from Asia Pacific’s travel news publisher, TTG, for the second time.

Former Skybus operators mull low-cost airline in Cincy

Officials at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport have been approached by Skybus Airlines’ former operators about launching a low-cost carrier there, but any such endeavor is far i

AirAsia X: How low can you go?

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (eTN) - AirAsia X CEO Azran Osman Rani has been asked the same question many times: How much longer can his long-haul low-cost carrier AirAsia X continue with its business mode

Low-cost airline to begin operations in Ukraine

Kiev - A Hungarian low-cost airline received final approval to began operations in Ukraine, ending unchallenged control of the former Soviet republic's air-passenger market by high-price domestic carr

Airline expert says it’s time for a new low-cost era in...

For US airlines, these are desperate times, and legacy carriers are behaving like desperate creatures, slashing capacity and closing hubs. "It's all in vain," said airline expert and CEO of Airsavings, Raphael Bejar, "It's years too late and millions of dollars too short."

Airline to offer $99 tickets to Malaysia

Malaysian budget carrier AirAsia X has launched its second Australia destination, starting direct flights between Perth and Kuala Lumpur from November. The services to the Malaysian capital will start with six flights per week, increasing to daily services by March 2009.

Death of the low cost airline? Baloney!

Doom and gloom, doom and gloom. That's all I've been hearing from the airline pundits in the past week, and I'm tired of it.

Low-cost airline Skybus shuts down

Skybus Airlines, which offered limited service out of Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport, abruptly closed shop Friday night, the latest casualty in an airline industry stressed by rising fuel costs and a slowing economy. Its last flight left Broward County and touched down in Columbus, Ohio, shortly before 1 a.m. Saturday.
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