African low-cost airline Fastjet has introduced two new services—“SmartClass” and “Freighty” packages—to tailor services with market demand, following a growing trend among Europe’s low-cost operators.
African low-cost airline Fastjet has introduced two new services—“SmartClass” and “Freighty” packages—to tailor services with market demand, following a growing trend among Europe’s low-cost operators....More
Irish budget carrier Ryanair is planning to announce a new global distribution system (GDS) partnership and a product aimed at business travelers in September, as it continues with its customer service revamp....More
Virgin Atlantic revealed plans in June for a wider roll-out of Google Glass following its London Heathrow trial, but its partner SITA remains unconvinced after a further road test with Copenhagen Airport....More
American Airlines president Scott Kirby said a “huge silver lining” of the US Department of Justice’s (DOJ) antitrust lawsuit opposing the American-US Airways merger was that it brought executives from the two carriers together to battle “a common foe.”...More
Emirates Airline president Tim Clark, who has been an integral part of the Dubai-based carrier’s executive management since its 1985 launch, hinted that there will be a time in the not-too-distant future when he will give up the reigns of the fast-growing airline....More
House of Representatives Transportation and Infrastructure Committee chairman Bill Shuster (R-Pennsylvania) has called FAA reauthorization “one of my highest priorities” and pledged to push for “transformational” aviation legislation next year....More