The Delta-WestJet joint venture would have a combined 27% share of scheduled air carrier transborder capacity
The airline is running less than 30% of its normal domestic capacity due to border closures
The cuts are about 24% of the company’s workforce
The airline industry is hoping that testing will help revive its businesses.
A UK information commission has slapped British Airways with a fine of more than $25.9 million fine allegedly failing to protect roughly 400,000 employees’ customers’ personal information prior to a cyberattack in 2018.
U.S. airlines expect it will be years before their business recovers from the coronavirus pandemic, even after pulling together over $100 billion by tapping government aid and mortgaging assets including planes and frequent-flier programs.
Hawaii's new pre-testing program is an effort to stem the devastating downturn the pandemic has had on Hawaii’s tourism-based economy.
Uber and GE announced a new partnership Wednesday to transform the world through aerial ridesharing on the largescale, as the aviation industry is reimagined for the post-pandemic era.
BA appoints new leader to steer its operations.
The outlook for the aviation industry has deteriorated again due to rising coronavirus infections and renewed travel restrictions, Airbus chief operating officer Michael Schoellhorn was quoted as saying on Saturday.
On Thursday, the airline expanded its offering to appeal to travelers who want to take the test "from the comfort of their home" in order to qualify to be exempt from the Aloha State's 14-day quarantine.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin urges Congress to approve more aid for airline workers
Shift would end output of that jetliner in Seattle area as demand for planes plummets amid pandemic
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Japan Airlines announced that it will start using more gender neutral greetings, swapping "ladies and gentlemen" for "all passengers" and "everyone."
After retiring several aircraft, Qantas Airlines is selling the bar carts used on these planes. Also, in order to make the items more enticing, these carts will come fully stocked as they would be for a normal flight on a 747.
The energy-rich nation of Qatar itself needed to bail out the state-owned airline at the end of its financial year on March 31 with $2 billion to keep the airline operating, its annual report acknowledged.
Following its initial pilot program, the airline will "quickly expand customer testing to other destinations and U.S. airports" later this year, according to United Chief Customer Officer Toby Enqvist.
Pandemic-related trends could include more private business class seating on narrowbody planes and adding touchless lavatory features
Talk about a light in the darkness.