Airline passengers travelling through Germany are set for a day of disruption after public sector workers at airports started strikes in a bid to push for higher wages.
Lufthansa, Germany's largest carrier, said it was cancell
The Middle East can achieve up to $16.3 billion in economic benefits over the next 10 years by delivering enhancements to air traffic control systems, according to a new report commissioned by Nats, the air traffic management specialists.
Indian carriers witnessed passenger numbers climb 29 per cent to 6.7 million In July following a dip in fuel prices and discounted fares, said a report.
While IndiGo still had the highest control over market share with 35.8 per ce
Disrupted air travel along the heavily populated US East Coast was resuming normal operations on Saturday after the US Federal Aviation Administration said it had fixed an automation problem at an air traffic center that led to hundreds of fligh
Spanish air traffic controllers are to strike over four days in June, a union spokeswoman said on Wednesday, in a dispute over penalties given by airport operator AENA to controllers for a 2010 strike.
They will strike on June 8, 10, 12
Emirates Aviation University (EAU) has partnered with Airways New Zealand to launch a dedicated air traffic control (ATC) training centre at the new university campus in Dubai Academic City, UAE.
Starting later this month, Airways New Z
Global air passenger traffic is expected to nearly double to 12 billion by 2031 and effective use of technology is a must to cope with this phenomenal expected growth, a major conference in Dubai, UAE, heard.
A major sandstorm across the United Arab Emirates disrupted flights at Dubai's two international airports on Thursday and caused delays at other air transport centres in the Gulf, according to authorities.
The thick orange haz
Middle Eastern airlines registered an 8.7 per cent growth in passenger demand in February, backed by economies well placed to withstand the plunge in oil revenues, a report said.
While regionally-based carriers continued to gain m
Australia, Indonesia and Malaysia are launching a trial to allow air traffic controllers to more closely track aircraft traversing remote oceans such as the one believed to be the final resting place of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.