Top News on Middle East Airlines

  • Boeing makes progress on 737 Max backlog

    Boeing's latest single-aisle product, the 737 Max, entered the industry's premier event this year faced with high - and perhaps even impossible - expectations.

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  • PICTURES: Azul receives first A330

    Brazil's Azul has received its first Airbus A330-200, which landed at Belo Horizonte Confins International airport...

  • IN FOCUS: Middle Eastern carriers partner on MRO

    Middle Eastern operators join forces for more-efficient MRO support

  • IN FOCUS: Narrowbody battle intensifies as 737 Max specifics emerge

    Just as the Boeing 737 Max started moving this year from being a concept aircraft to a paper one, the rival Airbus...

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  • A4A chief nods to Dubai while pushing pro-airline policies

    News | 10 Oct 2014 02:18 | Jon Hemmerdinger

    Airlines for America (A4A) chief executive Nicholas Calio has good things to say about Dubai's aviation system.
  • ​Syphax appoints former Air France boss as new chief

    News | 15 Sep 2014 09:46 | Oliver Clark

    Tunisia's Syphax Airlines has named Christian Blanc as its new chief executive.
  • ANALYSIS: Asia-Pacific looks North as market dynamics shift

    News | 27 Aug 2014 05:00 | Joanna Lu

    Joanna Lu, Hong Kong-based analyst from Flightglobal consultancy Ascend, considers the changing market dynamics driving the extra capacity in the Asia-Pacific sector
  • Union urges replacement of Cyprus Airways' 'failed' management

    News | 19 Aug 2014 12:23 | Oliver Clark

    ​Cyprus Airways pilot union Pasypi is calling for the removal of the carrier’s “failed” management and its replacement with foreign consultants who can oversee a new turnaround strategy for the loss-making airline.
  • PICTURES: Azul receives first A330

    News | 25 Jun 2014 19:03 | Ghim-Lay Yeo

    Brazil's Azul has received its first Airbus A330-200, which landed at Belo Horizonte Confins International airport today.
  • IATA: Tyler beats Gulf drum ahead of AGM

    News | 31 May 2014 14:35 | Max Kingsley-Jones

    ​The IATA AGM touches down in the Middle East for the first time in more than a decade, where local carriers are now the powerhouse for the industry’s global growth. But there is a danger the region’s full potential will not be realised if airspace management issues are not addressed, warns IATA director general Tony Tyler.