Copa Airlines has launched new non-stop flights to Georgetown and Fort Lauderdale.
Ethiopian Airlines plans to launch an improved flight schedule for its daily flight from Addis Ababa to Frankfurt.
China Airlines is adding an extra 15,000 seats on its Taipei–Brisbane–Auckland route during the peak summer season.
WestJet has announced a 2014–2015 winter schedule featuring two new destinations, one new flight and increased frequency on 19 routes.
Air Uganda has indefinitely suspended all operations following the Uganda Civil Aviation Authority’s decision to withdraw operating licenses for all carriers.
Saudi low-cost carrier Flynas has an ambitious long-haul expansion strategy, underpinned by new flights to the UK, writes Justin Burns.
Fastjet is increasing the number of flights on its Mwanza and Lusaka routes from Dar es Salaam.
Dubai Airports’ vice president forecasting and research, Helen Woodrow, reflects on a busy year at Dubai World Central (DWC).
El Al has responded to the opening of the skies between Israel and the European Union with newly launched low-cost brand UP, Martin Rivers reports.
Thomas Cook Airlines is set to offer a greater range of destinations and flights from the Midlands airport in 2015.
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