Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) and its arch rival in Norway, Norwegian Air, are both planning new routes when intercontinental competition heats up next year. The plans include the return of SAS to California, more than 20 years after it stopped flying to Los Angeles.
Diversity of airlines, because besides the main European and Asian airlines you get to see many airlines that seldom operate outside Russia or the countries of the former Soviet Union and also diversity of aircraft, because Moscow's airports are one of the few major hubs where you can still see a considerable amount of Soviet-made aircraft alongside the typical Boeing and Airbus models.
When the first Boeing 787-8 entered service with Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA) in September 2011, it marked the beginning of a new era in long-haul international travel, not unlike the introduction of the Boeing 767 on medium-haul international routes back in the 1990s...
By Nathan Layne TOKYO, July 4 (Reuters) - All Nippon Airways plansto use part of the $2.6 billion it is set to raise from equitymarkets this month to take stakes in or buy Asian rivals,underscoring (ANA eyes Asia deals with $2.6 bln capital raise ...
Thailand should not be tempted to turn Don Mueang airport into another international option, focusing instead on developing Suvarnabhumi airport as a single hub, says the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
One of the countries that has been experiencing sustained growth in the last decade is Brazil. The country's magnificent rates of growth have had its reflection on the aviation sector too and the number of air passengers in Brazil has more than doubled in less than a decade, from 71 million in 2003 to 154 million in 2010.
"We aim to reach 20% of the market share in the near term and 50% in longer term," an Airbus official told ATW. "We consider Japan to be a key country for Airbus, both as a potential buyer of aircraft and as a partner in industrial co-development and co-production," the official added.
These past weeks have been quite hectic for Volotea, Europe’s startup airline...and I say "Europe's" because as we progressively get to know more about the project it becomes more and more clear that this is a project with European ambitions. Just a few months after Volotea was unveiled, its network already spans most of Italy, France and Spain, with some routes reaching as far as Poland and the Greek islands. Reminds me of Flybe, but on a much wider, pan-European, scale.
The carrier is inviting contestants to pair up with a friend or family member to tweet their ideal location to meet up in, with the chance to win business class flights to the destination (@qatarairways launches Twitter contest, offering free economy...
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