Keflavik freezes out the competition as Europe’s fastest growing airport in 2017

In recent history Iceland has probably been best known in aviation terms for the unpronounceable volcano, Eyjafjallajökull, that brought European air services to standstill for…..

Enhanced measures adopted by USA sets new baseline on global aviation security

The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is requiring enhanced screening of personal electronic devices, passengers and explosive detection for the roughly 2,000 commercial flights…..

Hong Kong Airlines set to return to London with stronger platform and A350 fleet

Asian carrier Hong Kong Airlines is expected to introduce flights into Europe and in particular resume services between Hong Kong and London as it takes…..

SAS confirms Málaga and London Heathrow bases for new SAS Ireland subsidiary

In order to secure the long-term profitability of its key traffic flows and actively participate in the growing leisure market, SAS Scandinavian Airlines is establishing…..

TAP Portugal’s latest A330-300 comes wearing a lot of history

European flag carrier TAP Portugal continues its long-haul fleet expansion with the introduction of a second Airbus A330-300 into its fleet, but the aircraft provides…..

Intra-European air travel has almost tripled during 25 years of the Internal Market for Aviation

With European aviation facing new competitive challenges in the rapidly evolving global market, the European Union is working to develop a sustainable future aviation strategy,…..

El Al brings competitive edge as Dreamliner arrival debuts improved passenger comforts

Israel’s El Al has never been seen as being at the cutting edge of the passenger experience, but that could all change as the airline…..

Surf Air seeks to redefine the future of flying as membership ‘airline’ rides the waves in Europe

Now in its fourth year of operation in the United States of America (USA), Surf Air has this week taken to the skies in Europe…..

Berlin Brandenburg delays put pressure on Schoenefeld and Tegel to support Berlin boom

When the UK departs the European Union in 2019, Berlin will replace London as the continent’s largest city and it will perhaps have a brand…..

Flybe’s new focus on profitable routes as it hits peak fleet in summer 2017

After strong growth since the end of the financial year to March 2015, UK low-fare carrier Flybe says its fleet numbers reached a peak in…..

Oneworld partners hold hands in time of operational adversity

It seems completely logical if one airline has had to park many of its short-haul aircraft for the short-term due to the forced suspension of…..