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NBAA, FAA Clash Over New Public Charter Rules

The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) has expressed concerns over the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) plan to develop new regulations for certain on-demand public charter carriers. The NBAA argues that the proposed changes could negatively impact aviation service in small…

Lufthansa Selects Cape Town as First African Destination for Allegris…

Lufthansa has announced that its new Allegris cabins will be available on flights between Munich and Cape Town from Oct. 27, 2024. Lufthansa’s Cape Town Services Passengers traveling to Cape Town will have the opportunity to experience the comfort of…

Kenya Airways Leads Africa in IATA’s Sustainable Aviation Fuel Initiative

Kenya Airways (KQ) has become the first African airline to spearhead the International Air Transport Association (IATA)'s Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) Registry. This development was announced by IATA on June 2, 2024. The SAF Registry aims to accelerate the adoption…

Southwest Incident: Flight Descends Within 400 Feet Over Ocean

On April 11, 2024, a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 was approaching Lihue airport in Hawaii, on an inter-island flight from Honolulu. The event occurred on flight WN2786, and came to media attention on Friday after a report by…

Lufthansa Bid for Stake in ITA Airways May Be ‘Close…

The Lufthansa Group’s (Deutsche Lufthansa AG) bid for a 41 percent stake in ITA Airways may be close to approval by European authorities. Reuters cited multiple sources ‘with direct knowledge of the matter’ saying anti-trust regulators are ‘leaning towards clearing…