Lufthansa Group has revealed its winter 2014–2015 network will link 260 destinations in 100 countries via its hubs in Frankfurt, Munich, Zurich, Vienna and Brussels.
Qatar Airways is bringing its double-decker superjumbo on routes to and from the Thai capital, Bangkok.
WOW air is to launch low-cost services between North America and Europe, via Iceland, from March 2015.
CEO, Stewart Wingate, tells Justin Burns why the government must choose Gatwick when it comes to approving a new capacity-enhancing runway for the UK.
American Airlines and Jetstar Japan have begun a new codeshare agreement to enhance the US carrier’s network across Asia.
Oman Air is experiencing “unexpectedly” high demand for seats to Manila and Jakarta, with both services due to launch in December.
British Airways is upping capacity by almost 25% on its daily non-stop service between Denver International and London Heathrow.
Thai Airways is adding a new service to Luang Prabang from its primary base in Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi.
Korean Air has announced a new codeshare agreement with LAN Airline’s Peruvian operation.
Silver Airways has named Alaska Airlines as its latest interline partner, bringing new Florida and Bahamas destinations within reach of America’s largest state.
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