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The History of International Airlines Group

This is the story of the International Airlines Group (IAG), considered one of the world’s largest with a fleet of over 500 aircraft.

Ryanair to Add 500 Flights from Stansted Airport

Bucking the current industry trend of reducing flight schedules, Ryanair (FR) announced that it is adding 500 flights from Stansted Airport (STN).

British Airways Employees to Receive 13% Wage Raises

British Airways (BA) will give up to 13% more in wages to about 16,000 employees, undoing pay cuts brought on by the COVID epidemic.

American Airlines Orders 20 Overture Supersonic Aircraft

American Airlines (AA) has announced plans to purchase up to 60 Boom Supersonic Overture airplanes.

Air New Zealand Mulls Leasing Aircraft to Bolster Operations

With the return of travel demand, Air New Zealand (NZ) is considering options to bolster its operations.

Malaysia Airlines Orders 20 Airbus A330neo

Malaysia Airlines (MH) has ordered 20 Airbus A330-900 aircraft as part of its fleet renewal program.

Emirates to Resume A380 Dubai-Perth Service

Emirates (EK) will resume its well-liked daily Airbus A380 operation to Perth, substituting the current Boeing 777-300ER in service. 

Six More Airbus A321 Freighter Conversions for Qantas

Qantas Freight (QF) will expand its domestic fleet with six Airbus A321 passenger to freighter (P2F) aircraft.

Big Bull of Dalal Street: Akasa Air Co-founder Passes away

Billionaire Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, co-founder of the brand-new low-cost airline Akasa Air (QP) in India, passed away at the age of 62.

The Commercial Implications of the Virgin Australia Ruling

The impact of the last two years has left a mark on the aviation sector. A recent High Court of Australia decision is a prime example.

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