Voting Underway On The Future Of Jet Airways

Jet Airways’ creditors will vote this week to approve or reject two bids to revive the carrier. The vote comes over a year and a half after Jet Airways shut down and... Read more »

Boeing Is Reportedly Talking To Alaska Airlines About A 737 MAX Order

Alaska Airlines may be preparing to open their checkbook and order more Boeing 737 MAXs. The North American airline already has 32 MAXs on order. The size of any new order is... Read more »

United Pilots To Get Priority Over Upgrades For First Class Seats

As part of an agreement struck between United Airlines and the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), United pilots will enjoy priority on first class seating upgrades. United pilots will now benefit from... Read more »

How Is An Airline Loyalty Scheme Valued?

Most of us are members of one or more frequent flyer schemes. Some of us are slavishly devoted to them, some of us rarely use them. But airlines make big money from... Read more »

Adria Airways’ Air Operator Certificate Extended Despite Bankruptcy

Slovenia has extended the Air Operator Certificate for Adria Airways, its former flag carrier and national airline which went bankrupt more than a year ago. Let’s take a look at the reasoning... Read more »

Breaking: Virgin Atlantic A350 Damaged In Heathrow Tug Incident

A Virgin Atlantic Airbus A350 has been damaged in an incident during towing at London’s Heathrow Airport earlier this morning. The bar connecting the aircraft to the tug has somehow ended up... Read more »

AirAsia X Announces Restructuring Plan Amid Crisis

AirAsia X is in a difficult position. As such, the carrier announced on October 6th a restructuring plan that should hopefully keep the airline afloat and running for years to come with... Read more »

Could Alaska Air Ditch Its Remaining Airbus Aircraft?

A report today revealed that Alaska Airlines might be planning to ditch its Airbus aircraft and return to being an all-Boeing airline. With plans for the early retirement of its owned A320s... Read more »

Algeria Plans To Launch New Domestic Carrier

The airline market in Algeria is set for a shakeout after Algeria’s government announced plans to launch a new airline. That new airline would focus on domestic routes while the state-owned carrier,... Read more »

Delta Extends Seat Blocking Policy Until 2021

Delta Air Lines will continue to block middle seats and limit the number of passengers onboard an aircraft until at least January 6, 2021. According to the airline, it’s about going above... Read more »