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UIA will charge passengers for issuing boarding passes at the check-in desk

All UIA passengers including passengers traveling with infants/children or pets, unaccompanied minors, passengers with special needs including those who require special assistance and/or additional... … [Read more...]

Aeroflot holds second High Flyers contest to develop new business class menu

Aeroflot has held its second High Flyers all-Russian culinary competition for young chefs. The restaurant chosen to host the contest was Russki – the highest restaurant in Europe, located on the 85th... … [Read more...]

Ryanair Launches Massive ‘100 Days To Christmas’ Seat Sale

Ryanair, Europe’s No. 1 airline, today (15 Sep) launched a huge ‘100 Days to Christmas’ seat sale across its network, with 50,000 seats on sale at £9.99 for travel from October to December, allowing... … [Read more...]

Abhi Dhar Joins Hawaiian Airlines Board of Directors

Hawaiian Holdings, Inc., the parent company of Hawaiian Airlines, Inc., announced the appointment of Abhi Dhar to the company’s boards of directors effective immediately.   “Abhi... … [Read more...]

New Passenger Record at Winnipeg Richardson International Airport

Winnipeg Richardson International Airport has set another record for passenger traffic. August 2017 was the busiest month ever for the airport, seeing 447,382 passengers pass through the airport.... … [Read more...]

Air Canada Announces Appointment of Catherine Dyer as Chief Information Officer

Air Canada President and Chief Executive Officer Calin Rovinescu today announced the appointment of Catherine Dyer as Chief Information Officer. Ms. Dyer is based at the... … [Read more...]

airberlin ends Caribbean flight schedule

airberlin is ending its Caribbean flight schedule from Dusseldorf on 25 September 2017. This brings to an end flights to Curacao (Netherlands Antilles), Cancun (Mexico), Havana and Varadero (Cuba) as... … [Read more...]

Sick days threaten the existence of airberlin

airberlin was forced to cancel more than 100 of today’s planned 750 flights because about 200 of airberlin’s 1,500 pilots have called in sick. airberlin is deeply disappointed by the number of sick... … [Read more...]

Jet Airways reports profit in the first quarter of FY’18

Jet Airways Group today announced its results for the first Quarter of FY’18, reported a net profit of INR 58 crores for the period.   The Group’s focus has been to deliver continuous... … [Read more...]

Ukraine International launches new non-stop scheduled flights between Delhi and Kiev

New flights will be operated three times a week and on June 7 flight frequency will be increased to four times a week. The duration of the flight is 6 hours 50 minutes. Flights from Delhi will be... … [Read more...]

Sydney Airport welcomes Emirates fourth daily A380 service

Sydney Airport has welcomed Emirates’ announcement of a fourth daily A380 service from Dubai to Sydney to start next year.   Sydney Airport Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Kerrie... … [Read more...]

Australia’s largest catering facility opens at Melbourne Airport

The largest commercial kitchen in the southern hemisphere has opened in Melbourne Airport’s business precinct built for aviation catering company Alpha Flight Services. In-flight meals will be cooked... … [Read more...]

Norwegian’s Long-Haul Network to Connect with easyJet’s European Routes as Airlines Partner

Norwegian, the World’s Best Low-Cost Long-Haul Airline for the third consecutive year and Europe’s Best Low-Cost Airline for the fifth consecutive year, today announced its partnership with British... … [Read more...]

Porter Airlines now flying to Fredericton

Porter Airlines is growing its presence in New Brunswick with the official arrival of its first flight to the provincial capital of Fredericton. Flights operate daily between Ottawa and continue to... … [Read more...]