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Europe Looking At Drones Safety Threat

August 27, 2015

Europe Looking At Drones Safety Threat

No-drone zones, software to block flights into sensitive areas and registration rules are among proposals from European regulators and aviation experts to ensure growing numbers of drones don't case dangerous run-ins with passenger aircraft.


PAL Considering Boeing, Airbus Orders

August 27, 2015

PAL Considering Boeing, Airbus Orders

Airbus and Boeing are competing for contracts to supply Philippine Airlines with eight wide-body, twin-engine aircraft, PAL's president said.


Air New Zealand Reports Strong Profit Increase

August 26, 2015

Air New Zealand Reports Strong Profit Increase

Air New Zealand forecast strong earnings growth in the current year as it posted record annual net profit thanks to more passengers and lower fuel prices.


Airlines Fail In Damages Claims Over Strike

August 26, 2015

Airlines Fail In Damages Claims Over Strike

Several airlines have failed in a bid to claim million of euros in damages from German air traffic controllers' union GdF for a strike at Stuttgart airport in 2009 and for planned strikes in 2011.


Airbus To Delay Delivery Of Transaero A380

August 26, 2015

Airbus To Delay Delivery Of Transaero A380

Airbus is delaying the delivery of Transaero's first A380, as the recession-hit Russian economy dents travel demand in the region.



Airline News

PAL Considering Boeing, Airbus Orders

August 27, 2015

PAL Considering Boeing, Airbus Orders

Airbus and Boeing are competing for contracts to supply Philippine Airlines with eight wide-body, twin-engine aircraft, PAL's president said.


Airport News

Greece Says Fraport Deal To Be Completed In March

August 26, 2015

Greece Says Fraport Deal To Be Completed In March

Greece may wrap up a deal with Fraport in March for an airports concession in one of the reforms required as part of its EUR€86 billion bailout, the Greek economy minister said.