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    ​Delta Air Lines and Virgin Atlantic Airways are ready to launch their new immunised joint venture between the UK and USA on 1 January.

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  • ATR releases more details on Lao Airlines crash

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  • CSeries first flight is prelude to new orders: Bombardier

    Bombardier chief executive Pierre Beaudoin says the CSeries completing the first flight milestone could spur orders...

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  • Alitalia resumes flights to Tripoli

    News | 17 Apr 2014 15:15 | Oliver Clark

    Alitalia has resumed flights between Rome and Tripoli after suspending them on 23 March due to political unrest in the country.
  • American expects first new CRJ900 in June

    News | 16 Apr 2014 16:09 | Edward Russell

    ​American Airlines Group-subsidiary PSA Airlines plans to take its first Bombardier CRJ900 around 2 June.
  • Emirates' Milan-New York route declared illegal by Italian court

    News | 11 Apr 2014 10:39 | Oliver Clark

    Emirates could be forced to axe its daily Milan Malpensa-New York service after an Italian court ruled the route was incompatible with European law.
  • Mesa acquires four CRJ900s from Alitalia

    News | 08 Apr 2014 20:04 | Edward Russell

    ​Mesa Airlines has reached a purchase agreement with Alitalia for four Bombardier CRJ900s, says Mesa chief executive Jonathan Ornstein.
  • ANALYSIS: LCCs make the running in Italian market

    News | 08 Apr 2014 08:33 | Graham Dunn

    Few markets in Europe have been as fragmented and have seen non-home-market carriers make such inroads as Italy has.
  • ACI Europe calls for less regulation of Italian airports

    News | 07 Apr 2014 15:31 | Oliver Clark

    Political interference, excessive regulation and protectionism have combined to cause Italy’s regional airports to suffer a “lost decade” during which investment and modernisation have been limited by an “outdated” charges regime, argues the head of airport trade body ACI Europe.