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  • Aurora Airbus

    Putin orders proposals for new far-east Russian airline

    2020-01-17T18:02:00+00:00By David Kaminski-Morrow

    Russian president Vladimir Putin has ordered a study into the potential for establishing a new airline for transport in the eastern regions of the country, particularly to remote areas.

  • Air Greenland A330-800

    Air Greenland opts for A330-800 to modernise fleet

    2020-01-17T17:37:00+00:00By David Kaminski-Morrow

    Air Greenland has tentatively agreed to take a single Airbus A330-800 to replace the carrier’s ageing A330-200.

  • Flybe De Havilland Dash 8/Q400

    Flybe rejects rivals’ bailout complaints

    2020-01-17T11:54:00+00:00By

    Flybe has dismissed suggestions by rivals Ryanair, EasyJet and IAG that the UK regional carrier is receiving unfair and illegal state subsidies, following the government’s decision to provide a bailout package.

  • Titan A321LR

    Titan to replace 757-200s with A321LRs

    2020-01-17T11:45:00+00:00By David Kaminski-Morrow

    UK-based charter operator Titan Airways is to introduce a pair of long-range Airbus A321LRs later this year.

  • Waterside offices British Airways, IAG

    IAG removes non-EU ownership limit

    2020-01-17T11:36:00+00:00By

    IAG has disclosed that the proportion of its shares held by “non-EU persons” has declined to 39.5%, from 47.5% in February 2019, enabling the group to remove maximum limits on non-EU ownership that ensure regulators class it as a European airline.

  • Bek Air crash4

    Fatality-free aviation remains distant dream

    2020-01-17T10:37:00+00:00By Flight International

    After an encouraging series of airline safety figures recorded around the middle of the last decade, some observers pondered whether the prospect of a fatality-free year could be a realistic short-term ambition for the industry.

  • Spirit adds Oakland to Fort Lauderdale route

  • Singapore's Changi airport to begin multi-year T2 expansion

  • British Airways offers promotional prices on Flybe-contested domestic routes

  • Malaysia Airlines and Qatar Airways expand codeshare agreement

  • EasyJet to make Sharm el-Sheikh return

  • ​Qatar Airways unveils eight new destinations for 2020

Aurora Airbus

News

Putin orders proposals for new far-east Russian airline

Russian president Vladimir Putin has ordered a study into the potential for establishing a new airline for transport in the eastern regions of the country, particularly to remote areas.

Air Greenland A330-800

News

Air Greenland opts for A330-800 to modernise fleet

Air Greenland has tentatively agreed to take a single Airbus A330-800 to replace the carrier’s ageing A330-200.

Flybe De Havilland Dash 8/Q400

News

Flybe rejects rivals’ bailout complaints

Flybe has dismissed suggestions by rivals Ryanair, EasyJet and IAG that the UK regional carrier is receiving unfair and illegal state subsidies, following the government’s decision to provide a bailout package.

Waterside offices British Airways, IAG

News

IAG removes non-EU ownership limit

IAG has disclosed that the proportion of its shares held by “non-EU persons” has declined to 39.5%, from 47.5% in February 2019, enabling the group to remove maximum limits on non-EU ownership that ensure regulators class it as a European airline.