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Ryanair German Pilots’ Union Calls 24-Hour Strike

September 10, 2018

Ryanair German Pilots’ Union Calls 24-Hour Strike

The union representing Ryanair’s Germany-based pilots has called a 24-hour strike this week which will affect all of the airline’s German flights.


Ryanair Cabin Crew Unions Threaten European Strike

September 7, 2018

Ryanair Cabin Crew Unions Threaten European Strike

Unions in five European countries representing Ryanair cabin crew have threatened to strike later this month to protest the “serious hardship” the airline is causing its staff.


Data Breach Hits British Airways Website

September 6, 2018

Data Breach Hits British Airways Website

British Airways has suffered another IT problem, with hundreds of thousands of customer details stolen from its website.


Norwegian Starts Selling Argentina Domestic Flights

September 5, 2018

Norwegian Starts Selling Argentina Domestic Flights

Norwegian Air’s rapid expansion continues with the launch of ticket sales for its new domestic flights in Argentina.


Switzerland’s SkyWork Airlines Ceases Operations

August 30, 2018

Switzerland’s SkyWork Airlines Ceases Operations

Swiss carrier SkyWork Airlines has stopped flying after it failed to negotiate a survival strategy with a possible partner.



California Pacific Air Sets November Launch Date

August 28, 2018

California Pacific Air Sets November Launch Date

California Pacific Airlines has announced plans to start scheduled passenger services from its Carlsbad base from November 1.


UK’s Best And Worst Airports Named

August 27, 2018

UK’s Best And Worst Airports Named

The UK Consumers' Association has named the best and worst airports in Britain after it surveyed over 11,000 of its members.


Amsterdam Airport Security Guards To Strike Sept 4

August 22, 2018

Amsterdam Airport Security Guards To Strike Sept 4

Unions representing security guards at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport have called a 24-hour strike for September 4 in support of a pay and conditions claim.


Two US Airlines Cut Chinese Flights

August 21, 2018

Two US Airlines Cut Chinese Flights

Two US airlines, American and Hawaiian, are dropping flights to China, with fuel costs and increased competition cited as reasons.


SA Express To Resume Flying This Week

August 20, 2018

SA Express To Resume Flying This Week

South African regional airline SA Express will restart flying on Thursday after the country’s aviation regulator reinstated its operating licenses.