Daily News Briefs
Bombardier VP communications and public affairs Mike Nadolski responded (18-Dec-2017) to the hearing on 18-Dec-2017 before the USInternational Trade Commission. Mr Nadolski stated: “We are very pleased
Avianca Brazil CEO Frederico Pedreira noted that following the launch of international services to Miami, Santiago and New York, the carrier’s next move could be to
American Airlines announced (18-Dec-2017) plans to launch weekly Dallas/Fort Worth-Flagstaff service on 07-Jun-2018. The carrier will operate the route on a seasonal basis to determine if the
LATAM Airlines Group SVP cargo Andrés Bianchi stated LATAM Cargo‘s planned Boeing 767F consolidation will allow the carrier to “build a schedule that’s more robust and less vulnerable to
Airbus CEO Tom Enders said the manufacturer’s board will decide on a successor as CEO “in due course, behind closed doors and in the sole interest
Silk Way West Airlines, via its official Facebook account, announced (17-Dec-2017) it operated its first nonstop Baku-Campinas service with Boeing 747-8F aircraft, transporting 36 tons of cargo.
Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian emphasised (14-Dec-2017) the carrier’s plan to curb unit cost growth, excluding profit sharing, to between 0% and 2% in 2018
Miami International Airport, via its official Twitter account, confirmed (15-Dec-2017) American Airlines launched Miami-Cartagena service on 15-Dec-2017.
United Airlines filed additional changes to its planned summer 2018 Asia Pacific schedule, effective 24-Mar-2018. Changes include adjustment of first class booking availability on three class Boeing 777-200ER
Airbus board of directors announced (15-Dec-2017) the following executive changes to “ensure an orderly succession in the Executive leadership of Airbus”: Airbus CEO Tom Enders advised