Alitalia, Italy’s largest airline, has confirmed that it is on track to become profitable by 2017, as it reduced its losses by €381 million ($436 million) in 2015 compared to the previous year.
This important result com
German airline Lufthansa wants to take part in much-needed industry consolidation in Europe so carriers can compete better with US and Asian rivals, chief executive Carsten Spohr said on Thursday.
Spohr told an annual shareholders
Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia), the kingdom's national carrier, has announced the launch of a new low cost service, said a report.
The new airline, which has been named Flyadeal, will serve both domestic and internation
Jordan's Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) welcomed the arrival of the first Pegasus Airlines flight from Ankara to Amman in the presence of Sedat Onal, Turkish Ambassador to Jordan.
This step corresponds with Airport In
Nine of the 10 planes operated by India’s IndiGo airline, which received a bomb threat on Wednesday, were checked but nothing unusual was found, a police official told Reuters.
One domestic flight that earlier landed in the
Russian state transport agency Rostransnadzor has started checks on budget airlines, TASS news agency reported on Wednesday.
Russian investigators are currently examining the flight recorders from a plane operated by Dubai-based budget
Turkish Airlines, the official airline partner of Warner Bros. Pictures’ Batman v Superman, sponsored the film’s world premiere in New York City at the world famous Radio City Music Hall, days ahead of the March 25 nationwide release
Global IT provider Sita yesterday unveiled a new technology Smart Path at the Passenger Terminal Expo, the world’s largest airport exhibition.
The new technology allows passengers to move through the airport and board the ai
Emirates airline will show "significantly higher" 2015/16 annual profits, but some business has evaporated due to the recent slump in oil prices, its president Tim Clark said on Thursday.
The Dubai carrier is considering
Gulf Air, Bahrain's national carrier, plans to boost its global footprint by more than 50 per cent within the next seven years with the acquisition of new aircraft, its chief executive officer was quoted as saying.