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  • ATR confirms US interest in 50-seat turboprops

    News | 26 Jan 2015 12:27 | Olivier Bonnassies

    ATR may have closed another year without a North American customer, but chief executive Patrick de Castelbajac has revealed US interest in its 50-seat turboprop.
  • Southwest to grow Q1 capacity by 6%

    News | 22 Jan 2015 20:37 | Ghim-Lay Yeo

    ​Southwest Airlines expects to grow first quarter capacity by about 6%, says the airline's chief financial officer Tammy Romo in an earnings call today.
  • AirAsia QZ8501 accident may reflect a trend

    News | 22 Jan 2015 09:41 | David Learmount

    ​Accidents to aircraft cruising through tropical or sub-tropical zones are repeating often enough now for the industry to have cause to refresh its pilots on the risks. There have been three other accidents in similar circumstances during the last ten years.
  • ANALYSIS: Is Haneda a network Shangri-La for US carriers?

    News | 15 Jan 2015 19:38 | Edward Russell

    ​One could easily think that Tokyo Haneda International airport is the airline network equivalent of Shangri-La based solely on US carriers repeated pining for access to the airport.
  • Embraer adamant about elusive Southeast Asia market

    News | 14 Jan 2015 02:59 | Mavis Toh

    Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines are the three core markets Embraer is pursuing in Southeast Asia.
  • Obama signs bill capping passenger security fees

    News | 22 Dec 2014 19:02 | Jon Hemmerdinger

    ​President Barack Obama signed a bill late last week that caps the security fees charged by the federal government to airline passengers, a move that generated praise from trade group Airlines for America.