Loss-making Gulf Air in the last chance saloon
Archive | November, 2009
Harrison says legislation is needed to phase out the use of older aircraft and to fast-track development of the next generation technology.
AFRAA’s annual general assembly in Maputo, hosted by LAM Mozambique Airlines, has just come to a close and I’m left questioning whether this is the “same old, same old” or whether change could be glinting on the savannah horizon. All the regular issues were all there: safety, foreign carrier invasion, slow progress on liberalisation and […]
Qatar Airways chief executive Akbar Al Baker at the Foreign Press Awards
Swiss is returning to the London Heathrow to Geneva market after a six-year hiatus
Heathrow’s old Terminal 2 is about to be knocked down
Has the term low-cost airline become meaningless?
Does the small island of Malta really need it’s own airline or is it a major cost burden?
Slot values at London Heathrow Airport have fallen through the floor
“The problem is there is too much capacity everywhere,” he says. “It’s the toughest environment I’ve ever experienced.
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- Edward Russell on PICTURE: American’s US Airways hybrid heritage livery
- John on PICTURE: American’s US Airways hybrid heritage livery
- Gene Eisman on Eastern’s first 737-800 shows its colours
- JohnC on BA superjumbo launches at Washington Dulles
- Infrequent PAX on Knee Defender touches off a reclining debate