In the last week of the Obama Administration, the US Department of Transportation (DOT) proposed that airlines and ticket agents be required to disclose specific baggage fees when providing airfare information.
In the last week of the Obama Administration, the US Department of Transportation (DOT) proposed that airlines and ticket agents be required to disclose specific baggage fees when providing airfare information....More
UK aero-engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce has finalized a series of agreements with authorities in three countries, at a cost of £671 million ($808.5 million), related to a bribery and corruption investigation....More
UK aero-engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce has reached “in principle” a deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) with the UK’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) that will see the company paying financial penalties amounting to £671 million ($809 million)....More
Now that Aeromexico and Delta Air Lines have accepted the regulatory conditions they must satisfy to start a transborder joint venture, the US Transportation Department (DOT) has initiated the process for transferring slots from those carriers to competitors....More
IATA and aviation stakeholders in Brazil are launching an advocacy campaign to ensure lawmakers and government officials understand the importance of airlines to the country’s economy, which has been decimated....More
Airbus secured net orders for 731 aircraft in 2016, while deliveries were up 8% at 688 aircraft, exceeding its full-year target. By comparison, Boeing logged net orders for 668 aircraft and delivered 728....More