Here we go again: Pan American may see a return to the skies yet again, under Pan American Airways Global Holdings. This marks the latest attempt to jump start the old, iconic brand.
There is another potential airline start-up. Meet Airline 4.0.
Canadian North and First Air have proposed a 'merger of equals.' On Friday, the two parent companies of the airlines sent out a joint news release saying they are in talks about a "merger of equals, subject to the successful conclusion of negotiations and regulatory review."
Southwest Airlines flew its first revenue flight with split scimitar winglets on Thursday, on a Boeing 737-800.
United Airlines will effectively close down Concourse D at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport on June 5th as it consolidates post-hub operations.
Happy Weekend! After a long hiatus, Weekend Rewind is back! This weekend, a look back at aviation history through the lens of veteran aviation magazines, a San Juan Airport special segment, and a visit to the Pan Am store.
Lakeshore Express has announced that it is will be taking a short break, but it is cancelling all future flights to establish a relationship with a new operating partner.
Asiana Airlines has acknowledged that the "probable cause" of flight 214's deadly San Francisco crash may have been the pilot, adding that Boeing's auto-throttle system didn't help.
British Airways turns forty! A quick review of its history plus a rare look inside its vast corporate headquarters and its incredible museum: The Speedbird Heritage Centre.
US Airways officially became a member of the oneworld alliance on Monday, the latest in a string of feathers to add to the alliance's cap.
It's a busy weekend for United. On Saturday, United Airlines launched new flights between San Francisco and Taipei, and Sunday, it will launch its second daily flight between Houston and Tokyo.
Air France will unveil a new advertising campaign called "France is in the air", on April 2.
Asiana Airlines has outlined its initial Airbus A380 operations. As of now, it appears that Asiana's inaugural A380 flight will fly from Seoul to Tokyo Narita on Friday, June 13. When it takes delivery of its first A380 early this summer, Asiana will become the 11th airline to operate the A380 and the...