On the back of increased summer travel demand, Saudia Airlines has increased both frequency and capacity on some of its most popular leisure destinations across its network, effective until September 16.
In order to meet an ever increasing demand for cybersecurity in the aviation industry, Airbus and SITA have launched Security Operations Center Service, a new incident detection service.
Following a record year, the number Airbus' commercial aircraft deliveries in 2016 is up for the 14th year in a row, reaching a new company record of 688 aircraft delivered to 82 customers.
On December 9, Oman Air initiated flights from Muscat International Airport to Guangzhou, continuing its network expansion programme, first unveiled in 2014.
Airbus provided a total of 516 aircraft to 78 customers from January through October this year.
Airbus confirmed it has received a second US Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) license for aircraft exports to Iran.
IN LINE WITH ITS VISION TO OFFER A SUPERIOR PASSENGER EXPERIENCE AND IMPROVE ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE THROUGH A MODERN AND STATE OF THE ART WIDE-BODY AIRCRAFT FLEET, EMIRATES HAS RETIRED THE LAST AIRBUS A330 AND A340 AIRCRAFT FROM ITS ACTIVE SERVICES.
Etihad Airways has commenced a pilot recruitment campaign across Europe, aiming to attract highly motivated, skilled and qualified pilots for its Airbus and Boeing fleets, with a focus on first officers.
It is anticipated that over the next 20 years, the air travel market will go through a vast development at an annual average growth rate of 4.5 percent, with the need for over 33,000 new aircraft at an estimated value of USD5.2 trillion.