Indonesia’s Transportation Ministry on Thursday called for the country to develop multi-airport systems to reduce density at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta.
The National Transportation Safety Board has issued a preliminary report into the P-51 Mustang crash at the Reno Air Races on Sept. 16th which left 11 people dead and 74 injured.
More than half of Iran Air will be sold to private investors by March 19th, the government-owned airline’s managing director, Farhad Parvaresh, said on Friday.
Officials in the Philippines are hoping to repair the country’s air safety rating with US and European authorities.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano announced on Friday that $23 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds were awarded to the Orlando International airport to improve its security technology.
All Nippon Airways has agreed to plead guilty and will pay a $73 million criminal fine for its role in two separate conspiracies to fix prices in the air transportation industry, the U.S. Justice department said on Monday.
Russia on Wednesday announced that a pilot error was the main cause of the fatal plane crash that killed Polish President Lech Kaczynski and 95 other officials last year.
Delta Air Lines announced Friday that it would discontinue 24 routes, most of them serving rural cities for which the airline receives federal subsidies.
This summer McCarran Airport will will cut the ribbon on its new $2.4 billion Terminal 3.
From intrusive pat-downs to body scans to perceived profiling, the Transportation Security Administration always seems to be the target of complaints. Here’s another one: It took the TSA almost four years to tell me what people complained about — in 2008. In my first week at ProPublica in June 2008, I filed a public records […]
An American citizen was arrested aboard an Oregon-bound Delta Air Lines passenger plane that left Amsterdam Schiphol Airport hours earlier, sources said.
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration on Wednesday announced that Mexico complies with international safety standards, based on the results of a November FAA review of Mexico’s civil aviation authority.
The European Commission on Wednesday presented a proposal for an EU Passenger Name Record Directive to fight serious crime and terrorism, but with strict data privacy rules.
The world’s first Skype phone booth has been installed at Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport in the capitol of Estonia, allowing traveling Skype users to video chat with other Skypers anywhere in the world free of charge.
The royal jet that was impounded at a German airport last month in order to settle a dispute between the Thai government and a German construction company was released after the government agreed to pay a bond for its release.
A bankruptcy court filing indicates the FAA may propose fines to be levied against American Airlines totaling as much as $162.4 million.
Aviation Week said German Chancellor Angela Merkel had the biggest impact on aerospace in 2012 by blocking a $45B merger of EADS and BAE.
US Airways Flight 1070 to Bermuda was evacuated at the gate in Philadelphia when an unauthorized person was seen on the tarmac.