Canada Jetlines Expands A320 Fleet and Destinations After Receiving Partial…

Canada Jetlines has been granted "economic authority" by the U.S. Department of Transportation to provide service the U.S. The new Canadian leisure carrier expects the Federal Aviation Administration to give the required approvals by the end of the year for the carrier to start operating to the U.S. "We are…

Cathay Pacific Returns to Russian Airspace, Limiting Codeshares from Other…

Since Nov. 1, Cathay Pacific Airways flight CX841 service from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport to Hong Kong returned to Russian airspace due to a strong high altitude headwind in the temperate zone. Previously, such weather has caused the flight to divert to Taipei to fuel up. Cathay…

Learning Flight Test with Daedalus Aerospace

Confidence is stepping onto an aircraft. Why else would anyone board one? Just knowing that it works, it's safe, and that the pilots up front can fly the thing - it's something an estimated 0.1% of humanity take for granted every day. But before that 737 even makes its way…

Southwest Airlines Reports Record Profits During Third Quarter

Last week, Southwest Airlines released its third-quarter results for 2023, reporting a net profit of $277 million. The $277 million set a record for the airline, making it the largest quarterly profit in the airline's history — a direct result of the strong demand for air travel this summer season.…

Tata Group Becomes Sole Owner of AirAsia India

AirAsia Aviation Group Limited, the holding company of Capital A's group of airlines, today confirmed the signing of an agreement to sell its remaining stake in AirAsia India to Air India, the country's flag carrier owned by the Tata Group, the Indian industrial conglomerate founded by Jamsetji Tata. The decision…

Venezuela Is Close to Recover its Prepandemic Transatlantic Network

In recent weeks, the transatlantic market in Venezuela has been steadily reactivated with the resumption of operations by multiple airlines. The country will offer 12,464 seats per week in December, representing a 95 percent recovery from pre-pandemic levels. Almost all international carriers operating to the Atlantic have resumed operations, except for…

Interview: Northern Pacific Airways Refocus on Trans-Pacific Service and Pause…

AirlineGeeks had the opportunity to talk to the CEO of Northern Pacific Airways(NPA), Rob McKinney, after he completed the airline's show-and-tell tour in Saipan and revealed the latest updates to the company's terminal at Anchorage. The startup airline is planning on connecting the US and Asia via Anchorage in Spring…

All Nippon Airways Posts First Profit Since The Pandemic

After three years of the pandemic, Japan’s aviation industry is seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. All Nippon Airways has posted its first profit since 2019. The largest airline in the country has revealed a net profit of 19.54 billion yen ($132 million) for the first half…

Delta Air Lines’ Pilots Ready to Strike For Better Pay

As airlines in North America are shrugging off the horrible months of the pandemic and balance sheets start looking rosier again, all the issues that had been put aside to survive the most devastating crisis commercial aviation has ever encountered are now resurfacing and calling for a solution. On Oct.…