Incheon International Airport Corp. said Sunday it is aiming to win new terminal and airport projects in global markets in diversified efforts to boost profits.
India reserves the right to purchase its crude oil from wherever it gets the best price in the open market, and has every right to take care of its economic and security system in accordance with its needs.
By the end of 2018, the carrier hopes to further boost its fleet with the addition of a larger aircraft. The prospective unit would be deployed primarily on passenger charter services.
“We will be going to tender for a contract within the next two weeks. We will be ready by the end of 2019,” Mike Berry, president, aviation services, and vice president, Middle East told AIN. “It’s a massive facility. Total plot size will be over 22,000 square meters. Two plots will be for FBO and MRO, and one plot for parking.”
Turkish low-cost carrier Pegasus Airlines will start direct flights from Muscat to Istanbul starting July 4, with return fares as low as RO112.
British Airways has apologised after cancelling a slew of bargain flights it says were offered in error.
The aircraft wears Jazeera Airways’ standard livery featuring various shades of blue, however the word “neo” is written underneath the airline’s logo to promote the new aircraft type. The Kuwait budget carrier will offer a two class configuration onboard with both economy and a European style business class.
Cypriot carrier Cobalt Air, has reached an interline agreement with Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways.
Titan Aviation (Dubai Int’l) has announced it has secured two Air Operator’s Certificates (AOC) as part of its global growth strategy.
A UK passenger has died after falling from a passenger plane onto the runway at a Turkish airport on Tuesday, British Express news site reported.
High oil prices plus the peaks and extended troughs over the past decade have taken their toll on the appetites of carriers for any large exposure to the maindeck market.
Delta Air Lines plans to announce new international routes in the coming weeks after U.S. and three Gulf carriers resolved a more than three-year-old dispute over unfair competition, the airline’s CEO said Monday.
The terminal is set to begin commercial operations May 22.
Conventional thinking would have airlines scaling down their fleet renewal and expansion plans in the face of the steepest drop in oil prices in recent times. The same thinking would question the need for new, fuel-efficient aircraft when fuel prices are declining. Yet, airlines in the Middle East and beyond, continue investing in their fleets at a healthy pace.
President Trump withdrew the US from the Iran Joint Comprehensive Plan Of Action (JCPOA) at the weekend
swoop, the standalone ultra-LCC subsidiary of Canada’s WestJet, has adequate pilot staffing to launch operations as scheduled in June even if WestJet and the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) fail to reach an agreement on a labor contract covering WestJet’s pilots, WestJet CEO Ed Sims said. Two dozen pilots, described by Sims as mostly expatriate Canadians who have been flying for Middle East and Asian airlines, are going through training to operate Swoop’s Boeing …
Five days later it was Kinshasa’s turn to welcome flydubai’s first service from its home hub, with traditional dancers and the obligatory route launch cake. Among those toasting the launch was Sudhir Sreedharan, SVP, Commercial Operations (UAE, GCC, Indian Subcontinent & Africa) for flydubai (right). The LCC will operate this new airport pair daily via Entebbe.
Flyers bound for a number of Asian, Middle Eastern and African destinations can get up to 45 kilos of free baggage allowance.
although less than a year old, Oman’s first low-cost carrier SalamAir is now being led by its second CEO. Despite closer shareholder attention to return on investment, Mohamed Ahmed remains optimistic that the airline has what it takes to be successful
Passengers need to spend QR350 in any Qatar Duty Free store to qualify for the raffle. Between December 14 and 18, they can triple their chance to win by spending QR350, giving them three tickets to enter the draw.
iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has described the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement as a “rare triumph of diplomacy”, cautioning European countries against falling in line with the hardline US stance on the deal.