Etihad Aviation Group and LCC Air Arabia will form a new Abu Dhabi-based joint venture LCC—called Air Arabia Abu Dhabi—to tap into the growing demand for low-cost air travel in the Gulf.
Emirates Airline president Tim Clark expects to operate a leased Airbus A380 fleet for the next 15 years.
The Pentagon will deploy additional U.S. forces and equipment to Saudi Arabia to defend the nation against Iran.
The Israeli Air Force (IAF) has taken another step toward the purchase of the V-22.
Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI) is to establish an aviation cluster in Jeddah as the company gears up for aerospace programs to serve the needs of the Saudi armed forces and government agencies.
Dubai-based LCC flydubai is warning the ongoing grounding of its Boeing 737 MAX fleet is having a significant impact on its operations, as its operating fleet is set to reduce in size to 2014 levels.
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has delivered its 100th F-35 wing to Lockheed Martin, as Israeli industry eyes the potential for new work on the stealthy fighter following the ejection of Turkey from the program.
The U.S. will deploy one Patriot battery, four Sentinel radars and 200 support personnel to Saudi Arabia in response to the recent attacks on the nation’s energy infrastructure.
Etihad Airways will delay delivery of five Airbus A350-1000s until an unspecified future date, a move adhering to the Abu-Dhabi-based company’s business transformation plan.
London’s once low-key defense relationship with Tel Aviv has become more public.