Hawaiian Airlines Launching Ohana Inter-Island Service on Tuesday
In an environment like Hawaii, there's a delicate balance between offering some new competition and wiping out the smaller players.
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Fri Mar 07, 2014
Bird puts plane out of service
AIR safety officers are examining a passenger plane grounded at Albury Airport when damage to its body was detected after a flight from Sydney.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Virgin Australia AT72 at Moranbah on Mar 5th 2014, landed on runway...
A Virgin Australia Regional Avions de Transport Regional ATR-72-500, registration VH-FVI performing flight XR-1665 from Brisbane,QL to Moranbah,QL , landed on Moranbah's runway 16 although an aerodrome safety vehicle was on the runway.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Virgin Australia AT72 near Sydney on Feb 20th 2014, severe turbulence injures cabin crew
A Virgin Australia Regional Avions de Transport Regional ATR-72-500, registration VH-FVR performing flight XR-657 from Canberra,AC to Sydney,NS , was on approach to Sydney descending through 8000 feet for 6000 feet when the aircraft encountered severe turbulence causing serious injuries to one of the flight attendants.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Avianca Holdings S.A. 2013: Financial and Operational Results
As mentioned by Avianca s CEO Fabio Villegas Ramirez: "The year 2013 was marked by a general upward trend for the air travel industry and Avianca in particular.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Thai Lion Air launching Hat Yai feeder...
The no-frills carrier Thai Lion Air has set a firm date for the launch of its feeder services in a move seen as defying the travel outlook subdued by Thailand's escalating political turmoil.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
The Businesses That Depend on Hawaii's Struggling Island Air
Ellison typically doesn't lose. If he backs down on Island it will appear to be a case of the billionaire being bored with his Hawaiian folly.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Mount Cook AT72 near Palmerston on Feb 23rd 2014, burning odour on board
A Mount Cook Airlines Avions de Transport Regional ATR-72-500 on behalf of Air New Zealand, flight NZ-5031 from Hamilton to Wellington , was enroute near Palmerston when a faint burning odour on board prompted the crew to divert to Palmerston North Airport.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Phuket Opinion: 'Bangkok-centric' travel slows Phuket progress
PHUKET: There are many different indices used to assess how developed a country is.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
New airline routes launched
Mon Feb 17, 2014
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Firefly To Introduce 3 New Routes In Asean
Chief Executive Officer Ignatius Ong said the airline had received approvals on the new routes, but will need to wait for arrival of its new aircraft before announcing the said routes.
Sun Feb 16, 2014
Singapore Plane Spree Anything But Plain Vanilla: Southeast Asia
Airbus Group NV and Boeing Co. spent a week with Asian companies sounding more like cocktails than airlines, some of which didn't exist a year ago, highlighting the region's status as one of the most dynamic aircraft markets.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Bangkok Airways, ATR in deal
Singapore: Bangkok Airways has placed an order worth nearly US$200 million for six regional aircraft with the European turboprop maker ATR.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
ATR to set up training centre in Bangkok
ATR, the world's largest manufacturer of commercial turboprop aircraft, will set up a training centre in Bangkok in December, as it aims at playing a rising role in the fast-growing aviation market in Southeast Asia.
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Indian startup Air Costa orders 50 firm Embraer E2s plus 50 options
Air Costa signs for up to 100 Embraer E2s. From left: Embraer Commercial Aviation president and CEO Paulo Cesar Silva, Air Costa chairman Ramesh Lingamaneni and Air Costa VP-corporate finance Vivek Choudhary.
Small is the next big thing in Asia aviation
After flying under the radar for many years, manufacturers of smaller jet and propeller-driven passenger aircraft are finding a bigger market in the Asia-Pacific with a slew of orders at the Singapore Airshow.
Emerging Asian carriers make presence felt with plane deals
Emerging Asian carriers made their presence felt at a major airshow on Thursday with multibillion-dollar deals that underscored the region's importance as the growth driver of global aviation.
DAE places $988 order for ATR turboprops
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Wed Feb 12, 2014
Dubai firm in $1bn turboprop deal
SINGAPORE: Dubai Aerospace Enterprise is to spend up to $1bn on new turboprop planes, the aircraft leasing company said yesterday, betting on growth in Asia's crowded regional and domestic markets.
FireFly to focus on Asean expansion
SUBANG JAYA: Malaysian Airline System Bhd's wholly-owned subsidiary, FlyFirefly Sdn Bhd, will focus on expansion and strengthening its presence in Asean this year.