What's happening in the skies?
- Azul places order for widebodies
- April Fools': US Airways to unmerge from American
- TAM, US Airways join oneworld
- American to begin crossfleeting this summer
- Tiara Air Aruba shut down
Brazil's Azul Linhas Aéreas announced some surprising news on Wednesday — it was entering the international market.
Miami is looking at adding another carrier to its roster later this year. Its already impressive list of airlines will earn something the airport doesn't have much of: Low-cost carriers.
An Australian vessel searching for Malaysia Airlines flight 370 has detected the pings previously detected in the same location recently.
One day after joining the oneworld alliance, former US Airways CEO Doug Parker is calling it quits.
SkyTeam fell to the position of third largest airline alliance on Monday when oneworld gained two formidable carriers, taking its place as number two.
American Airlines and US Airways are getting ready to take another important step in the merger in a few months, and it's much more than painting an A319 in the American livery. The changes will be visible to the public in just under two weeks.
As the 20th day after Malaysia Airlines flight 370 lost contact arrives, nothing has been seen yet. Despite several satellite images, no debris has been recovered.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak released a statement on Tuesday with some new information about the disappearance — now believed to be a crash — of Malaysia Airlines flight 370.See more...
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