European regulators urged airlines on Tuesday to avoid Yemen's airspace as air strikes in the southwestern tip of the Arabian Peninsula continue.
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) said it was highlighting the risk after Fre
Spain said the European Union (EU) should consider an oil embargo and freezing of Libyan central bank assets if UN-brokered talks to resolve the country's political crisis failed.
EU foreign ministers agree
The European Commission said it will address French and German concerns over what they see as unfair subsidies to Gulf carriers when it proposes a commercial aviation agreement with the Gulf region later this year.
At a meeting of
Private Iranian companies have bought about 85,000 tonnes of wheat to be sourced from the European Union and Black Sea regions in their first purchases for several weeks, European traders said on Thursday.
The grain was for March
Senior officials from Iran and six powers negotiating with Tehran over its nuclear programme will hold more talks in Montreux, Switzerland on March 5, the European Union said on Friday.
The talks between political directors will b
Dubai Air Navigation Services (Dans), the air navigation service provider for Dubai’s two international airports and the airspace of the Northern Emirates, has signed a co-operation agreement with Eurocontrol, an intergovernmental air traf
Dubai-listed low-cost carrier Air Arabia could lease aircraft to expand capacity into Europe and North Africa instead of ordering new planes, its chief executive said on Sunday.
The budget carrier announced this month it had bough
The European Union has opened a new front in a decade-old dispute over aircraft subsidies, launching a complaint at the World Trade Organization (WTO) alleging illegal tax breaks in Boeing's home state of Washington.
The EU sa
European Union governments agreed on Friday to ban the export of jet fuel to Syria from December 14, saying it was being used by the Syrian air force for indiscriminate attacks against civilians.
The ban also covers finance and in
The European Union may ditch plans to force banks to keep high-risk trading activities separate from their main businesses because of opposition from some member states.
European commissioner Jonathan Hill said in a letter to seni