An agreement to allow unrestricted air services between Europe and Israel has been passed by the country’s parliament despite angry protests from airline workers who claim it could lead to job losses.
A “high level group” of senior government officials from across the globe is meeting this week to hammer out proposals for a global solution to tackle aviation emissions.
Proposals to revise Europe’s protection for air passengers have met a mixed response from carriers, which find “worrying aspects” such as heightened risks for feeder operators.
Despite its gloomy response to the latest decision from the Single Sky Committee, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) is battling on to streamline Europe’s traffic control.
Europe’s push to lighten the load on airliners from fragmented navigation services is getting low marks from airline associations.
As expected, the European Commission (EC) has once again ruled against Ryanair’s attempted takeover of the Irish national carrier.
Greece-based carrier announces flights to Dublin and Edinburgh from new ‘home base’ in central England.
An open skies agreement between Israel and the European Union has been put on ice - and could now be under threat, according to reports.
Aviation’s growth across the CIS region shows no signs of slowing down, especially for Russia’s capital airports, writes ASM’s Deirdre Fulton.
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