- German insurer Allianz SE has joined Borealis Infrastructure, which manages investments for Canada's Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement Systems, to explore a bid for London City Airport, a source familiar with the process said.
ABUJA - Nigeria has uncovered a spy cell run by militant Islamist group Boko Haram at the international airport in the capital Abuja apparently aimed at selecting targets for attack, the country's national security agency said.
LONDON - Low-cost airline Ryanair launched a car hire partnership with online brokerage CarTrawler on Tuesday, replacing a long-running deal with Hertz as part of its plan to take on online travel companies.
WASHINGTON - U.S. consumer prices rose only slightly in July as airline fares recorded their biggest drop since 1995, but tame inflation pressures will probably not discourage the Federal Reserve from raising interest rates this year.
- An initial inspection of a wing piece from Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is complete, Australian authorities said on Wednesday, raising expectations that new details about the jetliner that vanished in March 2014 could be released shortly.
LONDON/NEW YORK - Britain's air safety investigator on Wednesday blamed a short-circuit involving a lithium-metal battery for a 2013 fire on a Boeing Co 787 Dreamliner parked at London's Heathrow Airport and called for further scrutiny and testing of lithium batteries on all aircraft.
LONDON - London City Airport's owners have picked Credit Suisse to advise them on a potential sale that could value the business at as much as 2 billion pounds, two sources close to the deal said on Monday.
SAINT-DENIS, Reunion - The police and army on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion have called off their search for more debris from the wreckage of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, which vanished last year, police said on Monday.
NEW DELHI/SINGAPORE - IndiGo, India's biggest airline by market share, has finalised the purchase of 250 Airbus A320neo aircraft, handing the European company its largest-ever order by number of planes in a deal worth $26.55 billion at list prices.
ATHENS/BRUSSELS - The European Union moved to keep Greece on a tight rein after its latest bailout, with sources saying the 85 billion euro (£60 billion) deal will be reviewed by lenders in October and any discussion of debt relief will only come at a later stage. | Video