Two-seater vehicle is seen to be the solution for congested capitals.
The 717 MAX is now 'aeroplane non grata'.
The flight-handling mechanism believed to be involved in 2 MAX crashes that killed 346 people.
19-hour journey from New York to Sydney dubbed ‘final frontier in aviation’.
Risks are further increased because helicopters are often flown in urban areas where the margin for error is small.
The airline has begun to expand its package tour business.
Delta Air Lines called the proposed levy ‘an unfair tax on US consumers and companies.’
Carrier hoping fleet expansion will help it take 30% of domestic market next year.
Former deputy transport minister Aziz Kaprawi says it is Mavcom, not the Cabinet, that decides on passenger service charges.
Thomas Cook has been fighting for survival after lenders threatened to back out of a rescue deal.
Thomas Cook could leave hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers stranded if it fails to find funds.
Law requires that any revision of the airport rates must be gazetted by the aviation authority, which is not that simple, says source.
Nearly 100 lawsuits have been filed against Boeing by at least a dozen law firms representing families of the Ethiopian Airlines crash victims.
The CAA is making contingency plans for the possibility of having to repatriate ‘hundreds of thousands’ of passengers stranded abroad.
UAE’s GCAA will conduct its own assessment to allow the MAX to return to the country's airspace.
Board of Airline Representatives Malaysia says treating KLIA differently is against fair competition and a disadvantage for those operating from the airport.
There were no injuries reported, but outbound flights had to be delayed and inbound flights suspended.
Iran says no one was killed in the blast and hit out at US President Donald Trump for tweeting about the accident ‘gleefully’.
All customers affected by the strike have been notified and offered either a refund or the option to move their flights free of charge.
The missing passenger, a Spanish man who opened an emergency door in terminal 2, was later found in terminal 1.
AATC says two students were expelled for not paying fees, and says it is not a college but a private training centre.
Airport operator says it 'has not ruled out the possibility that the recent network failure was caused by an act of malicious intent'.
The call comes after the head of Cathay Dragon's Airlines Flight Attendants' Association was dismissed without explanation after managers saw her Facebook account.
Bailu is carrying maximum winds of up to 126 km/h as it approaches Taiwan, and could gain in strength as it moves further along.