Category Archives: Airlines

Perfect arrivals generate hefty fuel savings

A consortium of European air navigation service providers (ANSPs) and airlines has optimised arrival flows to nine airports in Europe. A total of 11,467 demonstration … More ››

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St Helena on hunt for vital air service link

The Government of the remote St Helena has launched a search for an air service provider to the island even though a solution to the wind … More ››

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EU removes Kazakh airlines from safety list

The European Commission has today updated the EU Air Safety List, the list of airlines that do not meet international safety standards, and are therefore … More ››

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ENAV launches free route over Italy

Italy’s ENAV will tonight be giving the go-ahead for free route operations over Italian airspace. From 01.00 on 8 December, it will be possible for all … More ››

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Study flags worrying pilot fatigue concerns

Half of airline pilots have reported that fatigue is not taken seriously by airlines, in the first large-scale survey of pilots’ perceptions of safety within … More ››

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Ryanair eyeing long-haul Norwegian payoff

Low cost carrier Ryanair is in talks with Norwegian Air Shuttle to feed passengers into the business’ long-haul flights initially from large UK city airports after … More ››

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SBB selected for Hawaiian’s new A321neos

Hawaiian Airlines (HAL) has selected Inmarsat’s next generation IP-based SwiftBroadband-Safety (SB-S) platform for installation on its new Airbus A321neo fleet. Inmarsat’s SB-S service will deliver secure … More ››

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Norwegian to storm transatlantic market with new 737MAX bases

European low-cost carrier Norwegian is set to open four new operational bases – two in the US and two in Europe – in 2017 to … More ››

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Irish welcome US move to approve NAI

The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) has welcomed the move by US transport chiefs to give Norwegian Air International’s (NAI) the green light to operate on transatlantic … More ››

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EASA blocked from tapping en route charges

European transport ministers have conceded that en route charges should not fund the future activities of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) after concerns were … More ››

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