As the connected world of travel becomes a reality, 91 per cent of airlines plan to invest in cyber security programs over the next three years, a new report has unveiled.
According to the Sita Airline IT Trends 2016 Survey publis
Bahrain is expected to witness an increase in direct flights and airlines as a result of ongoing Airport Modernisation Programme (AMP) due for completion by 2019, a top official was quoted as saying in the Gulf Daily News, our sister pu
Turkish Airlines continues to expand its already substantial Far Eastern network with new flights launched to Hanoi, Vietnam.
Roundtrip flights between Istanbul and Hanoi will be operated five times per week on Mondays, Tuesdays,
Nearly 40 per cent of airlines don’t have an effective cash-flow forecasting solution in place to respond properly to the turmoil posed by Brexit, according to recent research by Swiss-based Sapphire Innovation.
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Dammam-based SaudiGulf Airlines aims to begin operations this year with domestic flights scheduled for September and international flights to Dubai expected to launch by year-end, said a report.
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Turkish Airlines today launched flights to Košice, the urban centre of Eastern Slovakia, from Istanbul.
Košice becomes the 289th destination for the carrier, which will operate flights to the Slovakian city three tim
Turkish Airlines continues to expand its destination network with the addition of flights to Cluj, one of the most important academic, cultural an industrial cities in Romania.
Commenncing from July 12, the airline will ope
International carriers may follow the example of United Airlines and Iberia and halt operations in Nigeria or cut flights as they struggle to move revenue out of the country because the oil-price slump has depleted the West African nation’
Malaysia Airlines said on Sunday that passengers and crew on a flight from London to Kuala Lumpur suffered minor injuries because of severe turbulence.
Malaysia Airlines flight MH1, carrying 378 passengers and crew, experienced &q
Airlines want one global deal to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from air travel despite higher costs, in order to avoid a patchwork of regulation that would be harder to manage, an executive of the International Air Transport Association (IATA)