Numerous U.S. and international airlines added fare surcharges to certain flights in the first half of January, apparently reacting to the European emissions trading scheme (ETS) that took effect on January 1.
AIN Air Transport Perspective » January 16, 2012
Aerospace companies, airlines and communications providers have aligned to pursue the FAA’s Data Communications Integrated Services (DCIS) contract, the second major step in the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) modernization effort. The contenders expect a contract award in June for the 17-year, multibillion-dollar program.
AirAsia X, long-haul subsidiary of Malaysia’s AirAsia, the largest Asian budget carrier, plans to withdraw 11 weekly services to Mumbai and Delhi in India and 10 weeklies to its only European destinations—Paris and London—from its Kuala Lumpur hub.
Questions have arisen over Aeroflot’s decision to sell its 51-percent stake in regional subsidiary Saratov Airlines (SarAvia) due to what it called “discrepancies in Aeroflot group development strategy and the local status of this airline.”
Airbus’s plan to transfer more work on its A320 wings to Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) has caused a stir among the members and leadership of Unite, the UK’s biggest union, which described the move as “a massive own goal.”
AIN Air Transport Perspective is AIN’s e-newsletter focused on the air transport industry. It is distributed once a week and is FREE to all subscribers. Simply fill out the subscription form, which is accessed by clicking on the button below. You can also use this button to update your current account information.