Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) now expects to make a pre-tax profit for its current fiscal year, an improvement on earlier forecasts.
Las Vegas-based Allegiant Travel Company has settled a lawsuit with the Teamsters union representing its pilots over changes to the carrier’s crew-scheduling system.
The FAA has downgraded the air safety rating of Malaysia’s civil aviation regulator, after determining it does not comply with ICAO safety standards.
Boeing has completed one of three key simulator review sessions required to validate its changes to the 737 MAX and maintains that initial regulatory approvals and resumption of deliveries could still happen by year-end 2019.
Airlines will manage the capacity spike that the Boeing 737 MAX’s return will create, helped in part by what is shaping up to be a phased return, AerCap CEO Aengus Kelly said.
Philippine Airlines Holdings (PAH) newly appointed president and COO, Lucio Tan Jr., passed away suddenly Nov. 11 after collapsing during a basketball match Nov. 9; he was 53.
Qantas has unveiled ambitious new emission reduction targets and several other measures as it looks to ramp up its sustainability efforts.
The founder and chairman emeritus of JG Summit Holdings, John Gokongwei Jr., died Nov. 9; he was 93.
Southwest Airlines is set to extend its Boeing 737 MAX-less schedule through Mar. 6, 2020, a strong indication that it does not expect FAA to approve the grounded model’s return before year-end 2019.
Eight months after the collapse of WOW Air, a new Icelandic LCC has emerged with plans for services to Europe and North America.