What's happening in the skies?
- New Transaero livery officially unveiled
- US Airways to completely disappear this year
- Eastern gets ready to fly
- Qatar Airways announces three new US cities
- Alaska to start service to three new cities
International Airlines Group, the owner of British Airways and Iberia, has actively bidding for the Irish government's share in Aer Lingus — and Ireland announced on Tuesday that they were selling their stake.
Memorial Day weekend is an ideal time to disrupt the US aviation system, when an estimated minimum of 2.6 million people are flying. Passengers on multiple flights had to go through delays when their aircraft had to be checked by officials, usually after a threat.
Transaero has taken delivery of its newest aircraft, a Boeing 737-800 — and with it the carrier unveiled a new image.
US Airways turned 76 years old on March 12 — and that will be the carrier's last birthday. The airline will operate its final flight later this year, ending a swift and safely paced merger with American Airlines.
A military aircraft crashed in Spain on Saturday morning, killing three people.
Almost a week after obtaining a certification from the DOT, Eastern Air Lines announced that it passes all requirements for an air carrier certification for the FAA.
Qatar Airways has finally announced service to three new cities, revealing flights to Atlanta, Boston, and Los Angeles on Monday.
Alaska Airlines announced three new flights from its main hub in Seattle on Tuesday, one of which was the second largest city without service to the Washington city.See more...