Airbus has appointed Catherine Jestin as executive vice president digital and information management. She will join the executive committee and report to Guillaume Faury, Airbus chief executive.
Geir Karlsen has been appointed new chief executive of Norwegian Air Shuttle, effective immediately. Karlsen has held the position of chief financial officer with Norwegian since early 2018.
Boeing has completed a test flight of the 737-10 Max, the largest variant in the family. The airplane took off from Renton Field, Washington, and landed at Boeing Field in Seattle.
Jet2.com will add an extra aircraft to its capacity in Newcastle next year, allowing the leisure carrier to add over 300 extra flights to a range of popular destinations.
The brand-new facility, located less than a minute from the airport terminal, will be able to administer over 200 tests per hour and will be available to meet increased demand from passengers.
Emirates hopes to have recovered close to 90 per cent of its pre-pandemic network by the end of next month, operating 880 weekly services across 124 cities.
American Express Global Business Travel has renewed its distribution agreement with British Airways and Iberia. This will allow customers confidently shop within Supply MarketPlace.
Manchester Airports Group and Ryanair have launched a legal challenge calling for transparency in the handling of its traffic light travel system by the UK government.
Jet2.com has welcomed a possible move that would allow travellers who have had both Covid-19 vaccines to avoid having to quarantine when returning from countries on the amber list.
Qatar Airways has welcomed Abidjan to its global network as its debut flight to the largest city in Côte d’Ivoire lands at Felix Houphouet Boigny International Airport.
Ryanair has welcomed its first Boeing 737 Max after nearly two years of delays. The aircraft flew overnight from Seattle and will land in Dublin Airport later this afternoon.
The flag-carrier is launching four new domestic routes from Belfast this summer, supporting important business and tourism links between Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK.