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Indian low-cost airline GoAir, promoted by the Wadia Group, is close to finalizing a $40 million contract with Air France-KLM for maintenance of its aircraft, reported The Economic Times.
Two British airlines said they would reduce fuel surcharges by up to $45 on return flights after an industry watchdog group criticized the practice.
Air France has announced that it will suspend its service from the London Heathrow Airport to Los Angeles, US from the 2008-09 winter schedule.
By Deepa Babington and Tim Hepher Lobbying by Italian unions and politicians appears to be tipping the scales toward Lufthansa and hobbling Air France-KLM in the battle for a slice of Alitalia, which narrowly escaped liquidation last week.
By Nicole Lange; Patrick McGroarty COLOGNE, Germany - Armed German police boarded a plane minutes before takeoff Friday and arrested a pair of ethnic Somalis who they say wrote a suicide note proclaiming their desire to fight in a holy war and die in a terrorist attack.
NEWS FACTS: Ethoca, the leader in collaborative fraud management, today announces that transavia.com, a leading European web-based flight brand (an Air France-KLM subsidiary), has joined the Global Fraud-Fighting Community.
AIRLINE carrier flyglobespan will sit down for a delayed meeting today with Durham Tees Valley Airport bosses to discuss future scheduling. There had been speculation that the overdue talks were a sign that the carrier was to pull its services to six European destinations.
Northwest Airlines today announced Paul Mifsud, vice president of government and legal affairs for its joint venture partner, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, is a recipient of the U.S. Federal Bar Association's "Transportation Lawyer of the Year" Award.
Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi has called upon key players to hopefully clinch a last-minute deal to rescue Alitalia, as Italy's civil aviation authority ENAC has threatened to scrap the struggling airline's operating license.
Slowly but surely airlines are edging into online social networking, giving air travelers an opportunity to share experiences and maybe score some discounted airfares. In return, the airlines are developing a marvelous new marketing tool. A win-win? Maybe. As usual, U.S.
- To befool; deceive; balk; jilt.
- An illusion; a trick; a cheat.