Beleaguered Indian airline SpiceJet resumed flights yesterday following an agreement to pay cash for fuel purchases, hours after it grounded its fleet and stranded thousands of travellers.
The no-frills airline, one of India's
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, has doubled its network in the US within the last 12 months with the addition of flights to Dallas/Fort Worth, its sixth destination.
The airline has introduced thr
Air Arabia, a leading regional low-cost carrier (LCC) based in Sharjah, UAE, said it has won two awards at the Aviation Business Awards 2014 held recently in Dubai, UAE.
For the second consecutive year, Air Arabia was awarded ‘Low
UAE's national airline Etihad Airways has launched its non-stop service between its hub in Abu Dhabi and Dallas/Fort Worth, the airline’s sixth destination in the US.
The new three-flights-a-week service will help streng
UAE national carrier Etihad Airways said it has resumed flights to and from Abu Dhabi Airport, after major disruptions caused by un-forecast fog.
Following the reopening of the airport’s runway at 6.10am, the airline recomme
UAE national carrier Etihad Airways said it has begun daily non-stop flights between Abu Dhabi and Phuket, the airline’s second destination in Thailand.
The inaugural flight – EY430 – took off from Abu Dhabi Inte
Bahrain's national carrier Gulf Air has announced plans to restart its operations to the south Indian city of Hyderabad with five weekly flights starting from December 15.
The Gulf Air flight to Hyderabad was suspended under i
Sharjah-based budget carrier Air Arabia has announced plans to launch regular direct services to Georgian capital Tbilisi, its 100th global destination, starting from October 28.
The largest city of Georgia, Tbilisi, located in th
Jet Airways, an Indian international airline part-owned by UAE national airline Etihad, has announced plans to start direct flights to Abu Dhabi from Ahmedabad, the capital of western state of Gujarat in November, said a report.
Passengers on European airlines may soon be able to use portable electronics including mobile phones and tablet computers any time during flights, under new safety guidelines issued by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).