The big move from Ataturk, which is highly congested, is now envisioned for Dec. 30-31.
Orkney is already famous for the shortest scheduled commercial flights, but could it now pave the way for a revolution in electric aviation?
Airbus appeared to be slowly overcoming its production issues but has found itself in the middle of another small crisis—introducing new A321neo versions.
Aerospace OEMs need to look beyond shareholders.
United is growing fastest among the Big Four U.S. carriers.
Airbus’s decision to take control of the Bombardier C Series bodes deep consequences across the civil aerospace industry
Bombardier's “nice little airplane” is now the catalyst transforming the market for commercial aircraft, both mainline and regional.
As Saudi Arabia opens up, national carrier Saudia is undergoing its own slow transformation
Saudia initiated a transformation program to ready the airline for privatization. Success hinges on the quick opening of Jeddah’s new airport.
How the Airbus C Series deal changes aerospace
Boeing’s “MAX sandwich,” Comac’s lost opportunity, a boost for bizav and Airbus’s big market gain.
With C Series takeover, Airbus could gain suppliers as well as customers
As Airbus takes the majority stake in the Bombardier C Series, has the time come for Boeing suppliers to get to know Airbus better?
The big three Gulf carriers are slowing growth but will still be huge Airbus and Boeing customers
Many competitors hope the big three Gulf airlines will stop growing. But that may be premature.