A Lufthansa flight from Newark to Munich was forced to divert to Keflavik when five passengers complained of illness.
American Airlines and American Eagle on Wednesday announced that they will increase departures and add ten new destinations from LAX.
The University of Idaho, the University of Montana and Montana State University will each be represented on three unique Horizon Air Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 aircraft starting in November.
American Airlines and WestJet Airlines on Tuesday announced they have entered into an interline agreement that will expand American’s service to 25 new Canadian cities.
JetBlue Airways today premiered their first paint scheme sporting the the color green as the official airline sponsor of the New York Jets.
Southwest Airlines Pilots’ Association (SWAPA) on Wednesday reached a tentative agreement with Southwest Airlines on the addition of the 737-800 to the carrier’s fleet.
JetBlue Airways is shelving their “Happy Jetting” slogan in favor of a new customer-focused “You Above All” campaign to launch Friday.
United Airlines has filed an application with the US DOT for authority to launch daily LAX-PVG service.
British Airways on Sunday announced a new twice-a-week year round service from Gatwick Airport in England to San Juan in Puerto Rico from March 28, 2011.
Continental Airlines and TAP Portugal on Friday announced they will begin code-share flights to several destinations in the United States, Central America, Europe and Africa.
Air Canada and United Continental Holdings, Inc. on Thursday announced that the airlines have agreed to form a revenue-sharing joint venture.
U.S.-based AerSale on Thursday announced the purchase of a fleet of 19 Boeing 747-400s from Japan Air Lines. The fleet of passenger planes is powered by CF6-80C2B1F engines.
American Airlines and British Airways will begin operating a shuttle-type operation between New York and London-Heathrow, with flights departing every 30 minutes during evening hours.
American Airlines, British Airways and Iberia on Wednesday announced new routes and additional frequencies that represent the official start of their joint business between North America and Europe.
Charter operator Vision Airlines has announced the introduction of twice-daily scheduled service between their Atlanta base and Louisville beginning December 13th.