China’s Hainan Airlines will transfer 48% of its subsidiary Tianjin Airlines to parent company HNA Group in a transaction worth CNY6.7 billion ($945.6 million).
Southwest Airlines has removed all Boeing 737 MAX flying from its schedule to early February, later than other U.S. carriers that have yet to revise their estimates from an early January return-to-service.
A new entrant in the booming aircraft leasing sector has been announced, with the emergence of a tri-national consortium that aims to becoming a leading lessor in the Russian market.
LATAM Airlines Brazil and Qatar Airways announced an expansion of their codeshare agreement effective Oct. 15.
UK leisure carrier TUI Airways believes the tour operator model is still relevant, despite the failure of UK rival Thomas Cook.
The National Security Council (NSC) will soon release a strategy for preventing drone disruptions at major U.S. metropolitan airports, according to the FAA.
The U.S. Travel Association warned federal lawmakers on Oct. 17 that “Americans are not ready” for the October 2020 deadline for REAL ID enforcement.
Norwegian and New York-based JetBlue Airways have signed a letter of intent to form an interline agreement, enabling passengers to fly between Europe and the Americas at low cost and with a single booking.
In a move that significantly challenges Boeing’s new-build large freighter dominance, aircraft lessor and financier GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) is teaming with Israel Aerospace Industries Group (IAI) to launch a freighter conversion of the 777-300ER.
Britain’s aerospace industry is carefully examining the details of a revised withdrawal agreement for the country’s exit from the European Union (EU).