Ryanair has said it will slow expansion next summer as the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max continues. The low-cost carrier now expects to receive ten new aircraft from Boeing next year, down from the originally planned 20.
In her new role, Christina Foerster will assume responsibility for product management, the future catering interface and marketing, including responsibility for the customer loyalty program Miles & More.
Marty St. George has been appointed interim chief commercial officer at Norwegian. He has extensive experience from the aviation industry, recently holding the position of chief commercial officer at Jet Blue Airways.
The four-year partnership enables easyJet to expand its car rental offering to a broader range of customers with more choice across destinations, rentals and providers.
American is the first airline to offer passport chip scanning that securely transmits passport information directly from the near field communication chip embedded in the passport.
The bedbank has signed a five-year accommodation supplier agreement with the airline, with easyJet set to feature handpicked hotels from the platform on its website.
The A321XLR will be operated by the same crew, powered by the same engines and have the same cabin as the A321neo, with more than 90 percent commonality.
Vietjet has announced its newest direct route, connecting Ho Chi Minh City and Thailand’s popular coastal destination, Pattaya. The flight will use U-Tapao International Airport in Thailand.
Air Corsica has taken delivery of its first of two Airbus A320neo aircraft on lease from ICBC Leasing. With this delivery, the airline becomes the first French A320neo operator.
The deal, covering operations at LATAM Airlines Peru, LATAM Airlines Colombia and LATAM Airlines Ecuador, will start in the first quarter of 2020, subject to applicable regulatory approval.
The acquisition expands Dubai-based dnata’s international portfolio, and will make it the sole shareholder of the biggest inflight catering, on-board retail and logistics company in the UK.
LATAM Airlines Group has launched a new, non-stop service between its hub in Lima, capital of Peru, and Montego Bay in Jamaica. The three-times weekly frequency arrived for the first time at Sangster International Airport in the Caribbean tourism capital earlier.