The government of Canada on Tuesday announced that it could end the Air Canada strike by Thursday if the airline and its employees on strike are unable to reach a new contract agreement.
Another page was added to the journals of South Florida aviation history on Friday with the arrival of the first Lufthansa A380 superjumbo jet at Miami International Airport.
United Airlines on Thursday inaugurated new daily service between Los Angeles and Hilo, Hawai’i aboard 737-800 jets.
US Airways’ computer system—including their website—reportedly crashed Friday evening, crippling the airline’s flight check-ins nationwide and leaving thousands of passengers grounded.
Spirit Airlines, still high from the attention earned by throwing a “Big Weiner Sale” on its website earlier this week, has stepped it up a giant notch by driving a glass truck filled with pole dancers and painted with sexually charged double entendres.
An Air New Zealand 767-300ER was forced to make an emergency landing after a series of explosions in one of the aircraft’s engines drew scares among passengers.
Argentina’s airlines on Tuesday suspended all flights indefinitely due to safety concerns in regards to the volcanic ash stemming from the Chilean Puyehue volcano.
Did a truck hit the El Al Boeing 777-200ER that made an emergency landing due to a malfunction on May 23rd?
The International Air Transport Association on Monday further downgraded its 2011 airline industry profit forecast to $4 billion, which would represent a 78 percent drop compared to last year.
Passengers on a Middle East Airlines flight bound for Beirut began to scuffle with crewmembers when the plane got stuck on the ground at London’s Heathrow Airport for several hours.
Pilot/columnist Justin Schlechter examines what might have happened in the cockpit over the Atlantic on June 1st, 2009.
Delta Air Lines flight 2284 arriving from Pittsburgh, caught fire in Atlanta after a hard landing Saturday afternoon.
The European travel chaos as a result of volcanic ash from a volcano in Iceland came to an end on Thursday as all affected airspace was re-opened.
European airlines on Wednesday were forced to again cancel hundreds of flights while experts say the ash cloud coverage from Grímsvötn is expected to soon dissipate.
Numerous airlines on Tuesday morning were forced to cancel hundreds of flights to and from Scotland and several other regions as the latest volcanic ash crisis continued to intensify.
A deal to exchange slots between Delta Air Lines and US Airways at airports in New York and Washington D.C. that at one point seemed dead in the water has come back to life.
El Al Flight 27 from Tel Aviv to Newark landed safely after a landing gear malfunction forced an emergency landing in Tel Aviv.