Airbus takes final step to end long-standing WTO dispute and U.S. tariffs

Airbus has agreed with the governments of France and Spain to make amendments to the A350 Repayable Launch Investment (RLI) contracts. After 16 years of litigation at the World Trade Organisation (WTO),... Read more »

United Airlines to step up capacity next month | News

United Airlines plans to fly 80 per cent of its United States schedule in July when compared to the same month of 2019. At the same time, the carrier said bookings for... Read more »

Quebec Businessman Appears To Step Back From Air Transat Sale

It’s been quite a rollercoaster ride for Canadian leisure airline Air Transat. The carrier went from having two high-profile bidders to now possibly having zero. With the Air Canada deal collapse, attention... Read more »

JetBlue One Step Closer To Transatlantic Flights: CAA Approves Airline

The UK’s Civil Aviation Authority has today confirmed regulatory approval for US airline JetBlue to begin flights to the country. It’s the first time the regulator has issued its own approval for... Read more »