American Airlines has announced Doug Parker will retire as chief executive at the end of March. Robert Isom, currently president of American, will succeed him.
Travelport and Cathay Pacific have extended their long-standing relationship with a renewed and expanded multi-source content distribution agreement.
Finnair will expand its network in the United States with flights from Helsinki to Seattle due to start in June. The carrier will operate three weekly flights to the city, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Pope Francis has concluded a visit to Cyprus and Greece with a farewell ceremony at Athens International Airport. As he headed back to Rome, he embarked on a dedicate Aegean flight.
British Airways will utilise sustainable aviation fuel produced on a commercial scale in the UK after signing a multi-year agreement with Phillips 66.
New figures from Norwegian reveal the carrier welcomed over one million passengers in November for the second consecutive month. In addition, the load factor in November was 76 per cent.
For the first time in aviation history, a commercial carrier has flown an aircraft full of passengers using 100 per cent sustainable aviation fuel. The trip took off from Chicago earlier.
Emirates will resume its passenger operations between Dubai and Nigeria from Sunday, offering customers enhanced connectivity to and through Dubai.
As the most southern region in Spain, Andalucía is famous for its Moorish architecture, an autonomous region of hills, clear-blue rivers, and mouth-watering food.
Officials claim the carrier is now more efficient and financially stronger, with significantly reduced debt and over $1 billion in liquidity. The new carrier is based in the UK.
The deal will bring New Distribution Capability content from Aer Lingus, British Airways, Iberia and Vueling to Travelport-connected travel agencies around the world.
From today, Terminal 4 will act as a separate arrivals facility, keeping direct red list arrivals away from passengers in all other operational terminals.