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telegraph.co.uk - Matthew Lynn - The airline industry proves state ownership doesn't work
The airline industry proves state ownership doesn't work
The Telegraph

Over the course of the pandemic, both the French and German governments invested billions of euros in their state airlines. It was supposed to provide the capital for long-term decisions. It would make sure the market was stable. And it would help…

theconversation.com - John Gradek - What Lynx Air's failure tells us about the state of the Canadian airline industry
What Lynx Air's failure tells us about the state of the Canadian airline industry
The Conversation

Lynx Air is the latest in a long line of low-cost airlines to fail in Canada. The airline ceased operations on Feb. 26, four days after announcing it had entered creditor protection on Feb. 22. This scenario is not novel in Canadian commercial…

mirror.co.uk - Monica Charsley - Inside mystery of Malaysia Airlines MH370 plane that vanished 10 years ago
Inside mystery of Malaysia Airlines MH370 plane that vanished 10 years ago
The Mirror

An expert has weighed into the mystery surrounding Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 which vanished ten years ago - and said the pilot is not to blame. French investigative journalist Florence de Changy has been exploring several theories about the…

upi.com - On This Day: Turkish Airlines crash near Paris is deadliest to date
On This Day: Turkish Airlines crash near Paris is deadliest to date
UPI

Ermenonville Forest near Paris is home to a memorial honoring the 345 people killed in a Turkish Airlines plane crash March 3, 1974. File Photo by P.poschadel/Wikimedia Albert Einstein graces the cover of the December 31 issue of Time magazine. On…

hurriyetdailynews.com - Turkish Airlines starts flights to Melbourne - Latest News
Turkish Airlines starts flights to Melbourne - Latest News
hurriyetdailynews.com

Turkish Airlines has launched scheduled flights to Australia's Melbourne and hopes to start flights to Sydney by the end of the year. The first plane on route to Melbourne departed from Istanbul Airport on March 1 with 349 passengers, including…

nydailynews.com - Theresa Braine - New evidence could reopen search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370
New evidence could reopen search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370
New York Daily News

Categories: Latest Headlines, News, World News A family member of passengers on board of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 holds a flower during the tenth annual remembrance event at a shopping mall, in Subang Jaya, on the outskirts of Kuala…

ctvnews.ca - The Associated Press - Search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 may resume
Search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 may resume
CTV News

Malaysia's government said Sunday it may renew the hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 after a U.S. technology firm proposed a fresh search in the southern Indian Ocean where the plane is believed to have crashed a decade ago. A dinner…

avweb.com - Russ Niles - Russia's Replacement Airliner Program Already Slipping - AVweb
Russia's Replacement Airliner Program Already Slipping - AVweb
AVweb - AVweb

WORLD'S PREMIER INDEPENDENT AVIATION NEWS RESOURCE Russia's plan to replace Airbus and Boeing aircraft with homegrown versions of its own designs has been delayed at least a year according to the Moscow Times, as translated by the Kyiv Post. Last…

viewfromthewing.com - Gary Leff - The Customer Last: What American Airlines Management Is Doing Wrong
The Customer Last: What American Airlines Management Is Doing Wrong
View from the Wing

Amazon makes it so easy to buy things. I'm walking around the house and I realize I've just used the last of something, I don't need to put it on a list and buy it later. I have my phone in my pocket. I pull it out, the item is right there usually…

liveandletsfly.com - Kyle Stewart - Pilot Shortage Over? Airlines Curtail Hiring, Layoff Some
Pilot Shortage Over? Airlines Curtail Hiring, Layoff Some
Live and Let's Fly

Is the commercial airline pilot shortage over? Maybe, some airlines have frozen pilot hiring and others have laid some off or offered paid them not to fly. If you are considering booking travel or signing up for a new credit card please click here.

bizpacreview.com - Kevin Haggerty - 'Traumatized' Florida mother suspected of trafficking her own child on Southwest Airlines flight speak out
'Traumatized' Florida mother suspected of trafficking her own child on Southwest Airlines flight speak out
BizPac Review

A mother's “traumatizing” law enforcement experience traveling with her four-year-old son prompted her to call for changes from the government and airlines. On Feb. 17, Bridgetta Tomarchio was making a routine trip from her home in…

birminghammail.co.uk - Naomi DeSouza - New European airline coming to Birmingham Airport in time for summer
New European airline coming to Birmingham Airport in time for summer
Birmingham Live

A new European airline has announced it will begin operating from Birmingham Airport in time for the summer holidays. Lufthansa City Airlines, an offshoot of Lufthansa Airlines, has confirmed its first flights will take off from Solihull-based BHX…

cambridge-news.co.uk - Niamh Dann, Emily Chaplin - Ryanair and other budget airlines could be banned from charging for seats
Ryanair and other budget airlines could be banned from charging for seats
Cambridgeshire Live

Spain is calling for an end to Ryanair's controversial seat policy. Budget airlines have been accused of making extra money by charging passengers to sit together on flights, reports Birmingham Live. The Petitions Committee of the European…

hurriyetdailynews.com - Boeing in talks to buy Spirit AeroSystems - Latest News
Boeing in talks to buy Spirit AeroSystems - Latest News
hurriyetdailynews.com

Boeing has said that it is in preliminary talks to buy Spirit AeroSystems, which builds fuselages for Boeing 737 Max jetliners, including the one that suffered a door-panel blowout on an Alaska Airlines flight in January. Boeing used to own Spirit…

hurriyetdailynews.com - Retail prices rise 4 percent in Istanbul - Latest News
Retail prices rise 4 percent in Istanbul - Latest News
hurriyetdailynews.com

Retail prices in Istanbul increased by 4.07 percent in February from the previous month, while the monthly increase in wholesale prices was 4.64 percent, according to the data from the Istanbul Chamber of Commerce (İTO). The monthly rise in…

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