Would-be startup ‘ultra-low-fare’ airline Skybus says it has more financing in place than other recent US new entrant, but still needs FAA clearance to face off against Southwest, others at Columbus, Ohio
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Canada’s Harmony Airways is set to sound a final note, while in Mexico, the suspension of flights by Azteca leaves flyers stranded and hopes of a resumption very low. But Mexico’s industry is full of startups, while Canada’s airline ranks have little room for hopefuls.
Gol is buying Varig but hopes it will leave its legacy woes behind
Flyforbeans plans to launch low-cost services from Cardiff in Wales from October 2007.
The A380 has landed at Munich Airport for the first time.
BAA chief executive Stephen Nelson is taking a new approach to its airline customers
Virgin Atlantic Airways is not concerned about new competition from long-haul low cost carriers or all-premium carriers.
AirAsia founder Tony Fernandes on US investors and AirAsia X
TSA carry-on limits on liquor and liquids create problems for tipplers, contact-lens wearers
From the tabloid school of shameless self-promotion comes Ryanair’s latest marketing effort. To celebrate the beginning of European Summer Time, Ryanair is offering fares of £9.99 (about $20) on all destinations across Europe. And how better to promote this offer than with a picture of scantily clad “blonde stunners” on the tarmac in front of […]
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