Through a deal with Blockbuster, a South African investment company linked with Edward Zuma, the aspiring pan-African carrier aims to operate in the country from May 31.
Jet Airways’ board of directors has approved the allotment of 27.3 million shares, for a 24% stake in the company, to Etihad Airways.
The European Commission is opening an in-depth investigation of Aegean Airlines’ proposed takeover of domestic rival Olympic Air.
Air Canada rouge will fly a year-round service between Toronto’s Pearson Airport (YYZ) and Dublin (DUB) from May 2014.
Air France launched a new three times weekly service from Paris to Kuala Lumpur yesterday (April 22), becoming only the fourth carrier to operate services between Europe and the Malaysian capital.
Shareholders in Spanish low-cost carrier Vueling have overwhelmingly opted to sell their shares to the International Airlines Group (IAG).
Fastjet and Don Smith of Five Forty Aviation have agreed to halt legal proceedings over a buyout in Kenya.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) will not oppose Virgin Australia’s proposed acquisition of 60% of domestic low-cost carrier Tiger Airways Australia.
International Airlines Group (IAG) has confirmed it intends to place an order for 18 A350 1000s with options for 18 more to strengthen British Airways’ long-haul fleet.
Air New Zealand is boosting capacity on services to North America by 9.3% while improving the transit experience for passengers at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
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