ANA Group has announced today the integration of its two subsidiary airlines, Peach Aviation and Vanilla Air, with the goal to become the leading low-cost carrier in the Asian region.
Ryanair announced today that it has entered into a binding agreement with Mr Niki Lauda to support his plan to develop and grow Laudamotion GmbH, an Austrian Airline based in Vienna.
Turkish Airlines announced on 9 March that, in order to ensure the need for wide-body aircraft, has decided to purchase 50 firm and 10 optional aircraft from both Airbus and Boeing.
Air Belgium announced yesterday it has obtained its Air Operator Certificate (AOC), which will enable the continuation of preparation for the first commercial flights.
Virgin Atlantic has announced yesterday the launch of three new ways to fly economy as part of a multi-million pound investment.
Hawaiian Airlines and Boeing announced yesterday that the carrier has selected the 787 Dreamliner as its flagship airplane for medium to long-haul flights.
The MAX will join Icelandair’s fleet of Boeing 757 and 767 jets in serving destinations throughout North America and Europe.
On February 28 Embraer received Type Certificate for the E190-E2, the first member of the E-Jets E2 family of commercial aircraft, from the Brazilian Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC), the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) and EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency).
Jetstar Airbus A320s will join the QantasLink fleet from April, operating on key routes within Western Australia.
Norwegian today took delivery of its 100th direct buy Boeing 737-800 aircraft, the last of this aircraft type in its fleet.