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MH370 victims’ families renew compensation talk

The discovery of plane debris washed up on a remote island in the southern Indian Ocean has rekindled efforts by family members of passengers on board a missing Malaysia Airlines flight to seek greater compensation, aviation lawyers said.

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Global commercial airlines to hire 558,000 new pilots

Rise in demand for travel will see commercial airlines recruiting and training 558,000 new pilots over the next 20 years, with about 40 per cent of those pilots needed in the Asia Pacific region, said a report. Similarly, around 609,000

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Emirates operates first A380 flight to Taiwan

Dubai’s international airline Emirates operated a one-off service of its flagship Airbus A380 aircraft to Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport on July 19. The arrival of the A380 follows the recent completion of enhancements

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Impact on Gulf carriers 'minimal' from US Ex-Im shutdown

Gulf carriers' huge backlog of Boeing aircraft orders will be largely unaffected by the shutdown of the US Export-Import Bank, which provides the region's airlines with billions of dollars in guarantees, industry sources said.

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Airlines face growing disruptions from computer glitches

A computer router error that grounded hundreds of United Airlines flights on Wednesday is just a preview of what can go wrong for carriers with increasingly automated operations, experts say. As airlines switch to electronic lugga

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Airlines face growing disruptions from tech snags

A computer router error that grounded hundreds of United Airlines flights on Wednesday is just a preview of what can go wrong for carriers with increasingly automated operations, experts say. As airlines switch to electronic lugga

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Airlines confident of global emissions deal next year

Airlines are confident a deal will be reached next year on a global market-based system to regulate emissions from aviation, the head of the International Air Transport Association (Iata) said. Tony Tyler, director general of Iata

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Airlines confident of global emissions deal next year

Airlines are confident a deal will be reached next year on a global market-based system to regulate emissions from aviation, the head of the International Air Transport Association (Iata) said. Tony Tyler, director general of Iata

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Iata's Cabin OK initiative put on hold

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is reassessing its efforts to standardise the size of carry-on luggage. The global airline association said it was pausing the rollout of its Cabin OK initiative in light of concerns ex

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Etihad, Hong Kong Airlines expand codeshare

Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, has expanded its codeshare agreement with Hong Kong Airlines to provide travellers with enhanced connections between Asia, the Middle East, and Europe. The UAE airline will commence

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