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Qantas has finally ditched ambitious plans to set up a new ultra-premium airline in Asia - the centrepiece of efforts by the chief executive, Alan Joyce, to revive its international operations - after
DALLAS - Southwest Airlines announced today that it has closed on its purchase of all of the outstanding common stock of AirTran Holdings, Inc., the former parent company of AirTran Airways (AirTran).
DALLAS - Southwest Airlines said today it intends to close on its transaction to acquire AirTran Holdings, Inc., on May 2, 2011.
WASHINGTON - The Air Transport Association of America (ATA), the industry trade organization for the leading U.S.
Washington, D.C. – Ethiopian Airlines is pleased to announce that it has entered into a code share agreement with Air China.
We really, really wanted to say IndiGo because we like their “On Time” commercial so much, with its retro-looking pilots and winking air hostesses being escorted around on conveyor belts.
Delta Air Lines Inc. and American Airlines, the largest U.S. carriers, forecast second-quarter gains of at least 17 percent on a benchmark for industry revenue as rising demand buoys fares.
Now that the strike dates have been announced in London, travel agents in Uganda have reacted swiftly and started making bookings on other airlines for their customers over the period March 20–22 an
Safi Airways, the leading international carrier from Afghanistan, has announced interline agreements between Safi Airways and Lufthansa, United Airlines, Emirates, and Qatar Airways.
The European Union has sent anti-trust complaints to American Airlines and two of its partners over a proposed alliance that would coordinate operations and marketing on trans-Atlantic routes.
China Eastern Airlines Corp., releasing details of its agreed takeover of Shanghai Airlines Co., offered about 9 billion yuan ($1.3 billion) as it seeks to dominate air travel in the nation’s financ
Asia Pacific aviation is entering "unknown territory", with a new industry structure potentially better positioned to cope with an economic downturn, according to Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation Executive Chairman, Peter Harbison.