The Cape Verdean government has confirmed talks with Icelandair about a sale of a majority share in the African country’s carrier Cabo Verde Airlines.
After an 18-month construction period, ten new open stands were commissioned in the south of Zurich Airport, around two months ahead of schedule.
Laflamme Aero Inc., a company based in Quebec, Canada, announced the successful conclusion of a first series of flight tests for the LX300 drone.
More Aviation News
Insitu, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company has been helping firefighters on wildfires in Oregon, providing information for fire suppression activities via its data collection, analysis and delivery capabilities.
Boeing has successfully completed the first suite of synchronised unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) flight tests using new on-board autonomous command and control technology developed by Boeing in Australia.
India’s second largest carrier Jet Airways and Thailand’s Boutique airline Bangkok Airways have announced an expansion of their existing codeshare agreement.
The Irish division of Norwegian Air Shuttle, that operates long-haul flights between Europe, Asia and the United States has reported a €391 million loss in 2017.
South African Express can resume operations with the now issued reinstatement of AOC and AMO by the South African Civil Aviation Authority.
Two German companies present their innovative flight crew rest compartment which they developed over the course of 12 months. The first installation will be in a refurbished A330-200.
Starting 1 September 2018 Lufthansa Cargo will use Brussels Airlines’ cargo capacities adding 15 African destinations to Lufthansa Cargo’s route network.
The first ACJ320Neo has been assembled on programme, fitted with CFM International LEAP-1A engines and painted in ACJ house-colours, in preparation for a first flight in the coming weeks.