Australia has signed a new air services agreement with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) that increases flights between the two countries, although the UAE carriers are far more likely to use the additional frequencies.
For most airlines, the only time they fanfare route announcements is when they are launching new destinations. Delta Air Lines, however, has bucked the trend by trumpeting that it will end its Atlanta-Dubai Boeing 777 service in February....More
Australia has signed a new air services agreement with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) that increases flights between the two countries, although the UAE carriers are far more likely to use the additional frequencies....More
The following letter was submitted to ATW by Delta Air Lines' chief legal officer in response to my blog on their decision to stop Atlanta-Dubai service next year, citing competition from the Gulf carriers....More
Emirates Airline says it is “closely studying” whether to launch Dubai-Atlanta service after Delta Air Lines pulls out from the route next year, a decision it announced earlier this week and which the US carrier claims was prompted by over-capacity by the Gulf carriers....More
Guiyang-based regional China Express Airlines has applied to the Civil Aviation Administration of China to launch international service despite operating difficulties facing Chinese regional carriers....More
Eurocontrol has signed agreements to exchange flight plan data with both the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the Department of Airspace Control (DECEA) of Brazil....More
POLL QUESTION: Norwegian International Airlines has announced new transatlantic services it plans to begin in May. US DOT has been reluctant to grant US-European service permits to the airline. What should happen next?