What's happening in the skies?
- LAN, TAM to unify under single brand
- US Airways retires 737 Classic
- WestJet to order 767s
- US airlines cancel Tel Aviv flights
- Malaysian plane crashes in Ukraine
LATAM Airlines Group, composed of Chile's LAN and Brazil's TAM, is going to be making some changes very soon. According to Ignacio Cueto, President and CEO of LAN Airlines, a unified brand is one of those changes.
After nearly 26 years of service, US Airways is retiring what was once the backbone of its fleet: The Boeing 737-400.
A small Iranian plane crashed after takeoff from the capital's domestic airport on Saturday, with the cause unknown.
After trading was suspended for the airline early on Friday, Malaysia Airlines announced its plan for the future.
On Tuesday, while reporting its second quarter earnings, WestJet announced the type of widebody aircraft they were looking to purchase.
On Thursday, an African airline lost contact with a plane after takeoff from Burkina Faso, bound for Algeria.
After a rocket hit very close to the busiest airport in Israel, airlines are suspending their flights to Tel Aviv.
After everyone learned about the fate of Malaysia Airlines flight 17, several airlines took action to increase safety for their own passengers.See more...
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