Illinois-based Ryan International Airlines on Friday grounded its fleet and laid off all employees.
Eleventh-grader Aaron Nee on Thursday was awarded the grand prize in the Alaska Airlines Hawaii-themed Paint the Plane contest. • Gallery: See All 13 Paint The Plane Contest Winners Nee beat out over 2,700 entries from fellow Hawaiian students in kindergarten through 12th grade who were asked, “What does ‘Spirit of the Islands’ mean to [...]
As LAN and United launched flights last week, LAX became the first US airport to be served by Boeing 787s from two different airlines.
In late December, Japan’s StarFlyer took delivery of its first directly purchased Airbus.
Five Americans were among the seven killed when a Columbia Helicopters BV-234 Chinook went down in central Peru.
Beirut-based Middle East Airlines has firmed up an order with Airbus for five A320neo and five A321neo aircraft.
A fuel leak grounded a Japan Airlines 787 in Boston Tuesday, just a day after another of the airline’s 787s caught fire at the same airport.
Hawaiian Airlines on Monday announced a deal to purchase as many as 25 new Airbus A321neo jets.
The fire broke out in an electrical compartment of the empty aircraft, which had recently arrived from Japan.
Ukrainian airline AeroSvit on Friday announced that it had commenced bankruptcy proceedings in late December.
The US DOT starts the year with nearly an extra $100,000 in the bank thanks to fines issued against Copa and Virgin America.
An Arizona couple and their teenage daughter were killed Saturday morning when their home-built Lancair went down in a nature preserve.
A Red Wings Airlines Tupolev Tu-204 airliner crashed in Moscow on Saturday, killing 4 people and seriously injuring the 4 others onboard.
Hong Kong International Airport handled a single-day record of 1,081 incoming and outbound flights over the weekend.
Nobody was hurt early Thursday morning when a Southwest Airlines plane taxiing for departure wound up landing gear-deep in mud at ISP.