US regulators turn down Boeing advice on ice

The United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has rejected advice from Boeing that its B777s needed to have parts replaced immediately, saying that they were safe until 2011.

Industrial action causes Finnair to cancel flights

Finnair has had to cancel flights this week after industrial action by staff opposed to the outsourcing of work as well as working conditions saw the flag carrier unable to operate its normal schedul...

Republic Airways Makes Executive Appointments

Republic Airways Holdings announced that Don Osmundson has been appointed to the position of vice president of Flight Operations and Kathy Wooldridge has been named vice president of Human Resources ...

US$5.3 billion contracted by Airbus in Dubai

Airbus this week announced US$5.3 billion in new contracts signed, for 33 new aircraft, at this year's Dubai Air Show, a drop in the ocean compared to the figures last year.

JAL Changes Airport Lounge in London Heathrow Airport

Passengers traveling with Japan Airlines (JAL) departing from Terminal 3 at London's Heathrow Airport, will from December 14, 2009, be able to use the "Galleries First" and "Galleries Club" lounges o...

ICN chosen as host of 2014 TIACA forum

Incheon International Airport in Korean has been chosen to host The International Air Cargo Association's (TIACA) International Air Cargo Forum & Exposition in 2014, the association recently announce...