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Airlines Maneuver Financially amid Rising Oil Prices

DALLAS – Due to the current crisis in Ukraine, the price of oil has spiked, reaching a 14-year peak in some countries and impacting jet fuel prices profoundly. In many countries, oil prices were already on the rise before the

3/11/1993: Maiden Flight of the Airbus A321

Today in Aviation, the A321 prototype, F-WWIA, took to the skies for the first time in 1993 from Airbus' Hamburg Finkenwerder (XFW) plant.

Digital Transformation Helps Air Freight Soar

Here’s a look at why and how digital upgrades will help these organizations positively transform how they do business.

Nippon Cargo Airlines Suspends European Operations

Due to the current situation in Russia and Ukraine, Nippon Cargo Airlines (KZ), located in Japan, has halted its European flight operations.

Avoiding Airspace: The Return of Cold War Flying

As of this week, airlines are banned from flying over parts of the world due to airspace blockades and sanctions amid the ongoing Ukraine crisis. In this article, we'll take a look at the consequences airlines must face from the

Document Workflow Automation in Commercial Aviation

From flight plans to maintenance reports to safety inspections, the documents in commercial aviation do more than just keep things running smoothly.

Ukraine: Air Fares Rise as Political Tensions Mount

DALLAS – Political tensions continue to mount in Ukraine as an estimated 100,000 Russian soldiers are now deployed on the country’s eastern border. Fears are growing that there could be a potential all-out Russian invasion, and airlines have been reacting

Today in Aviation: Maiden Flight of the Fokker 50

MIAMI – Today in Aviation, The first of two Fokker 50 turboprop-powered airliner prototypes made its maiden flight in 1985. Following Fokker’s success with the F-27 ‘Friendship,’ the Dutch manufacturer announced in November 1983 it was to develop a 50-seater

12/03/1985: The ATR-42 Enters Service With Air Littoral

The ATR-42 first flew in August 1984. Less than a year later, it was in service with the launch customer Air Littoral (FU).

IATA 77th Annual General Meeting “Particularly Significant”

MIAMI – Bosses from around 100 of the world’s biggest airlines will converge in Boston, US, tomorrow for the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) 77th Annual General Meeting (AGM) and World Air Transport Summit. JetBlue (B6) will be this year’s

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