ATHENS Greece will start dispatching key information on the EgyptAir crash to Egyptian authorities on Wednesday, including data from the airliner as it flew through Greek airspace moments before disappearing, a source close to the probe said on Tuesday.
DUBLIN Ryanair, Europe's largest low-cost airline, is prepared for a fare war to break out later this year and will cut its own fares sharply to increase its market share to sustain profits, it said on Monday. | Video
LONDON Pakistan will next month begin the marketing process for selling a 49 percent stake in Pakistan International Airlines, and also plans to list shares in several power utility firms this year, privatisation minister Mohammad Zubair said on Monday.
SYDNEY The U.S. aviation lawyer who won compensation for victims of the 1988 Lockerbie aircraft bombing and is now seeking $330 million (227 million pounds) from Russia for the downing of Malaysian Airlines MH17 in 2014, says Russian President Vladimir Putin must be held responsible.
CAIRO Amal sits in the lobby of a hotel staring out at Cairo airport. Face tight with exhaustion, eyes puffy.
MELBOURNE An Australian law firm has filed a compensation claim against Russia and President Vladimir Putin in the European Court of Human Rights on behalf of families of victims of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17, shot down in 2014, media reported.
DUESSELDORF, Germany A British exit from the European Union could be a "crisis" that would hit economic growth in the region and lower demand for air travel, the head of German airline Lufthansa warned.
LONDON/ATLANTA Qatar Airways has raised its stake in British Airways-owner International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) to 15.01 percent and may consider acquiring more of the company over time, the airline said Tuesday.
SINGAPORE Eight Asian low-cost carriers including subsidiaries of Japan's ANA Holdings Inc and Singapore Airlines Ltd (SIA) have formed a landmark alliance allowing travellers to book flights across their platforms for the first time.
PANAMA CITY Panama City's main airport said on Friday it had successfully placed a $575 million bond (400 million bond) after a company forming a major source of income for the hub became embroiled in a money-laundering probe, prompting the issue to be restructured.