- Chinese Airlines and Travel Agents All Set for Surge in Golden Week Getaways[Jan. 23, 2017]
Airlines and travel agents can expect online sales to soar in the days leading up to Chinese New Year and this year's Golden Week festival, according to the latest data from Worldpay.
- Hong Kong a Big Part of Malaysia Airlines' Planned Comeback[Jan. 23, 2017]
After the high-profile losses of two planes in 2014, and a brand name tarnished to the brink of collapse, Malaysia Airlines will make Hong Kong a big part of its comeback in 2017, chief executive Peter Bellew has said, with flights to China a key plank of its hoped-for revival.
- Video: Painting Japan Air Commuter's First ATR 42-600[Jan. 22, 2017]
Japan Air Commuter Co. Ltd. (JAC), subsidiary of Japan Airlines, has takend delivery of its first modern and eco-efficient ATR 42-600. Eight other aircraft will be delivered over the coming three years.
- United Airlines Resumes Flights After Temporary Ground Order[Jan. 23, 2017]
- American Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Portugal[Jan. 22, 2017]
Spanish and Portuguese airport authorities say that an American Airlines flight heading to Barcelona from New York was forced to make an emergency landing in northwest Portugal because of technical problems.
- China Eastern Plans Xi'an-Okinawa, Wuhan-Cebu Flights[Jan. 23, 2017]
- Cathay Pacific - a Fallen Star of the Air?[Jan. 23, 2017]
A Cathay Pacific Airways Boeing 747 aircraft flying over the roofs of high-rises in the crowded, aging district of Kowloon City was a typical picture-postcard image of colonial Hong Kong. Last October, dozens of nostalgic fans flocked to see the last flyover of the double-decker, dubbed the "Queen of the Skies," as the Hong Kong-based airline phased out older planes for lighter, more economic models.
- Incident: Nippon Cargo B748 at Chicago on Jan. 21, Flock of Large Birds All over Windscreen[Jan. 22, 2017]
A Nippon Cargo Airlines Boeing 747-800, registration JA11KZ performing freight flight KZ192 from Chicago O'Hare, IL (U.S.) to Frankfurt Hahn (Germany), was in the initial climb out of O'Hare's runway 28R when the crew reported they flew through a flock of large birds, about 20-25 birds, at about 1,500 feet AGL, 4 or 5 birds hit the windscreen and were all over the windscreen.
- Schumer: Airlines Shouldn't Charge Extra for Overhead Bin[Jan. 22, 2017]
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is concerned about airlines charging passengers for the ability to use space in the overhead bin.
- Families Lobby Malaysian Minister to Resume Search for MH370[Jan. 21, 2017]
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