The coronavirus pandemic is taking a massive toll on nations around the world. It is affecting everyone, including businesses of all hues. Perhaps, the hardest hit is the travel industry — and specifically, the airlines.
Extending a helping hand to China's ongoing efforts to contain the coronavirus outbreak, Qatar Airways will fly eight aircraft carrying medical aid to three Chinese cities on Friday.
The prospects for using lower-carbon biofuels in commercial aviation have brightened following a joint project to build what will be Europe's first large-scale plant to produce jet fuel from domestic and commercial waste.
Oman Air is expected to receive a total of nine more 737 MAX 8s next year as the Sultanate’s national carrier celebrated the delivery of its fifth of 30 Boeing 737 MAX 8s it has on order.
Lufthansa and Ryanair-backed carrier Laudamotion settled a dispute over leasing contracts, avoiding a London court hearing that was scheduled for November, both airlines said on Tuesday.
Rolls-Royce said that more regular inspections are required and would lead "to higher than previously guided cash costs being incurred during 2018".
Britain implemented curbs on electronic items in the cabin in March on direct flights from Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia in response to unspecified security threats.
Lufthansa plans to use the Air Berlin assets to quickly expand its Eurowings budget business. News of the deal pushed Lufthansa shares up more than 3% to their highest level in nearly 17 years.