Ryanair held its annual European Works Council (EWC) meeting in Dublin where it announced that it had concluded 5 year pay agreements with all 76 of its pilot bases across Europe, and has now commenced a similar process with its cabin crew, after its two largest bases at Dublin and London Stansted...
Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant (part of Russian Helicopters, which is part of State Corporation Rostec), hosted a ceremony marking the acceptance of the Mi-8AMTSh-VA by the Russian Defence Ministry’s Arctic groupings.
Viking Air has added Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia to SkyJet Aviation Services Limited’s regional sales territory for the Twin Otter Series 400 aircraft.
SkyJet Aviation Services will now be responsible for the three North African countries in addition to their existing representation of the
Boeing and Biman Bangladesh Airlines today celebrated the airline's first direct-purchased Next-Generation 737-800 as part of the country’s national airline’s fleet modernization plan.
“We are extremely satisfied with the Next-Generation 737-800 which has earned a worldwide reputation for its
easyJet has announced that it will be adding an additional aircraft to its Edinburgh operations from next year to cater for extra demand from its passengers and to enable the airline to fly to even more destinations from the airport.
From summer 2016 there will be 8 easyJet aircraft based at
Emirates has reinforced its commitment to The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia today, announcing an additional four flights per week to Jeddah, starting from 14th December 2015.
The increased frequency will now enable Emirates’ customers travelling to and from Jeddah to choose from three flights per
Harbour Air Seaplanes has announced a strategic investment into SaltSpring Air that will see expansion of air service and passenger capacity between Salt Spring Island, Vancouver and other key BC destinations.
Both SaltSpring Air and Harbour Air have worked together for the last 4 years to
Virgin Australia today announced the introduction of non-stop flights between Christchurch and the Cook Islands next year.
The airline will operate a weekly return service using its Boeing 737-800 aircraft between Christchurch and Rarotonga from 25 June 2016 to 8 October 2016.
Services to Santiago de Cuba from Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands commence on December 10(th), 2015.
With this new service to Santiago from Providenciales, visitors to the Turks & Caicos Islands will be able enjoy easy access to Eastern Cuba with the initial twice weekly