Iberia has begun flights on a new route between Madrid and Luanda, becoming the first airline to make non-stop flights between Spain and Angola.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced traffic results for September showing diverging trends for air cargo and airline passenger traffic.
Royal Jordanian Airlines — a member of oneworld airline alliance — and airberlin, have entered into a codeshare agreement that will add some points to the route network of both carriers. The agreement applies to flights starting from the 1st November 2011.
Airbus awards the best performing airlines that operate A300, A310 and A300-600 aircraft every 2 years at the A300, A310 and A300-600 Technical Symposium event.
The need for companies to invest in business travel as a means to support business growth, as well as travel providers’ discipline in managing supply, will likely lead to increases in business travel prices paid worldwide in 2012.
Etihad Airways has won the award for “Best Business Class” at the 2011 Biz Travel Forum in Milan.
In its ninth year, the Biz Travel Forum is a travel trade exhibition, involving services and technology for business travel. The event is supported by Uvet American Express Corporate Travel.
Air Pacific, Fiji’s national carrier, has selected Airbus aircraft to renew and to grow its fleet with an order for A330-200 aircraft.
Cirrus’ first European SIM Center will offer state-of-the-art full motion simulation training for the Cirrus SR20 and SR22 aircraft with Cirrus Perspective™ by Garmin® avionics.
Dynamic Airways, a commercial jet charter airline based at Piedmont Triad International Airport in Greensboro, North Carolina today announced it was approved by the Federal Aviation Administration to add a Boeing 767-200 aircraft to its Air Carrier Certificate.
Boeing delivered the 12th C-40A aircraft to the U.S. Navy earlier this week. The Boeing 737-700 derivative was modified at the company’s Wichita facility for troop and cargo transport missions.