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25 JUL 2018

Ryanair threatens to cut jobs as strikes ground flights

Ryanair threatened Wednesday to cut more then 300 jobs as the no-frills Irish airline faced down its biggest strikes that have forced the cancellation of hundreds of flights.Europe's largest low-cost carrier said in a ... More
25 JUL 2018

Airlines lodge EU complaint over French strikes

British Airways-owner IAG, easyJet, Ryanair and Wizz Air on Tuesday filed a complaint to the EU over what they say is France's failure to tackle strikes by air traffic controllers.Repeated strikes by France's controllers, ... More
27 JUN 2018

Air New Zealand fined in Australia air cargo cartel case

Air New Zealand was Wednesday fined Aus$15 million (US$11 million) by an Australian court for its part in a global air cargo cartel involving major international airlines.The carrier was taken to court by the ... More
27 JUN 2018

Norway to sell remaining SAS airline stake

Norway said Tuesday it would sell its remaining stake of close to 10 percent in Scandinavian airline SAS, also co-owned by Sweden and Denmark.The trade ministry said in a statement it would sell 37,800,000 ... More
27 JUN 2018

Qatar's rivals turn to top UN court in airspace feud

Qatar's regional rivals including Saudi Arabia and the UAE said Wednesday they would file a complaint at the highest UN court against the isolated Gulf state over alleged airspace violations.Both sides in a regional ... More
20 JUN 2018

Indian government grounds Air India sale plans

India has shelved its plans to sell debt-stricken national carrier Air India after failing to attract any bidders, a senior official has told local media.Civil aviation minister Suresh Prabhu said the government had dropped ... More
20 JUN 2018

Russian airline launches flight to Iraq

Russian airline Red Wings on Wednesday made its maiden flight to Iraq as commercial services between Moscow and Baghdad resume following the 2003 Iraqi War. The Airbus 320 took off at 1.30am Moscow ... More
11 JUN 2018

Ryanair recognises cabin crew union in UK

Low-cost airline Ryanair said Monday it has formally recognised representation by a union of its cabin crew in Britain.Just a week after recognising cabin crew unions in Italy, Ryanair said in a statement that ... More
08 JUN 2018

Embattled Air India seeks 'urgent' loan

Air India has announced it is seeking an urgent multi-million-dollar loan to maintain day-to-day operations, highlighting the wretched financial predicament of the country's debt-stricken national carrier.In a statement posted on its website this week ... More
07 JUN 2018

10 killed in Kenyan plane crash

All 10 passengers of a small plane, whose wreckage was discovered in central Kenya two days after it went missing, died in the accident, the airline and government said Thursday."Unfortunately, from the reports we ... More
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