British Airways has started using its Airbus A380s as a tool to reduce frequencies on trunk routes without cutting capacity and is pleased with the initial results, according to British Airways’ parent International Airlines Group (IAG) CEO Willie Walsh.
The chances of ATR getting approval from both of its shareholders quickly for a new large turboprop are looking remote, judging from comments made by Airbus Group chief strategy officer Marwan Lahoud at the company’s annual press conference in Toulouse.
Airlines fell well short of the industry’s goal of achieving 20% penetration of the e-air waybill (e-AWB) in 2013 as cargo struggles to match the passenger side of the business in going “paperless.”...More
The Civil Air Navigation Services Organization (CANSO) has published a report giving a status update on a range of commitments it made to air transport industry partners following the inaugural World ATM Congress in March last year....More
US-based Metron Aviation, which is part of Airbus ProSky, has won a contract from Aerocivil Colombia Air Navigation Services to deploy its Harmony Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM) system to improve the operational efficiency of Colombia’s national airspace....More
Europe’s A6 alliance of air navigation service providers (ANSPs) will bid for European Commission Trans European Network-Transport (TEN-T) funding to define the best model for common services provision to support deployment of future network and datalink infrastructures....More