The dollar’s relentless climb is bringing pain for holders of Latin American airline bonds
The low-cost airline’s passenger numbers dropped in June, and which some analysts see as a sign of increased fares due to higher fuel costs
For the time being, the two airlines will operate their brands, staff and aircraft separately, but doubts have arisen as to whether the alliance will result in a merger
The rebound in some major markets has caught airlines and airports on the hop. Markets such as Thailand and Singapore that are yet to reopen to the same degree aren’t seeing the same delays
Mexico City’s newest airport, opening March 21, is meant to relieve traffic at the mega-city’s main hub. The eight daily flights it will start with won’t achieve this -- but that’s beside the point for President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador
With a strategy to compete with the big carriers, budget airlines maintain their growth goals and target public
With the capital city’s new terminal slated for a March 18 opening, work still has to be done on roads and signage to facilitate travelers’ arrival
Most of Europe closed its airspace to carriers from Russia, which reciprocated with its own bans in an echo of the Cold War restrictions that caused airlines to fly circuitous intercontinental routes
The plane’s twin crashes resulted from systemic breakdowns in company culture, management oversight and airplane safety regulation. No single villain is to blame.
Federal requirements for vaccine mandates supersede state orders against mandates. Besides, the airlines care about health and safety.