Aviation

Scotland wants air passenger duty to be devolved to Scotland

Scotland wants air passenger duty to be devolved to Scotland

The government in Scotland has renewed demands for air passenger duty to be devolved to Scotland as airlines raised voice against the charge.

Boeing’s 787 Needs to Go under Review

Boeing’s 787 Needs to Go under Review

Though, it has now been 15 months ever since the technologically advanced aircraft Boeing's 787 Dreamliner was launched and set into service, it was on Friday that federal authorities asked for a c

Negotiations on Contract Agreement to Merge American and US Airways in Dallas Today

Negotiations on Contract Agreement to Merge American and US Airways in Dallas To

Two pilot unions each from the American and US airways are today meeting over a transitional contract agreement today in Dallas in which they will be making negotiations over merging the both airli

Engine Fault Forced A380 Emirates Jet to Return to Sydney

Engine Fault Forced A380 Emirates Jet to Return to Sydney

An A380 Emirates jet that took off from Sydney to reach its destination Dubai had to forcibly land back on the airport on Sunday night just after 20 minutes.

UAL Becomes the First US Carrier Flying the Dreamliner

UAL Becomes the First US Carrier Flying the Dreamliner

United Continental Holdings Inc. (UAL) is taking pride to be the first in US to fly a Dreamliner.

Airlines Struggling To Start Normal Operations

Airlines Struggling To Start Normal Operations

In the past two days, Sandy has managed to cancel some 2,000 flights from Kennedy Airport. It has irked thousands of people leaving them with nowhere to go.

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