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Ryanair and Westjet have already posted Black Friday sales. Other airlines are expected to follow later this week.
An off-duty pilot who attacked an Emirates flight attendant and drunkenly threatened to blow up the plane is headed to jail for a year
The off-duty pilot will spend one year in jail after attacking an Emirates flight attendant and threatening to blow up the plane.
Emirates Airline profits fell by 86% during the first six months of the fiscal year to just $62 million on $13.3 billion in revenue.
AirlinesRatings.com has award Singapore Airlines the title of the airline in the world. It ends Air New Zealand's 5-year run atop the rankings.
Here are the 20 safest airlines in the world for 2018, according to AirlineRatings.com. Airlines from Asia and Europe dominate the list.
Singapore Airlines will relaunch the longest flight in the world this week. The non-stop flights between Singapore and Newark, New Jersey — located just outside of New York City — will cover 10,357 miles over nearly 19 hours of flying.
The $16 billion Emirates order Airbus needs to save the A380 superjumbo is reportedly in danger of collapse
Emirates agreed to order 20 Airbus A380 airliners along with an option for 16 additional superjumbos in January. Now, the $16 billion deal is reportedly in danger of falling apart according to Bloomberg.
On Monday, Emirates airline launched flights to Edinburgh, Scotland — and the Miss Scotland winner, who happens to one one of its flight attendants, has been at the forefront of their public relations campaign.
Emirates Airline has denied a report that it is considering a takeover of fellow Persian Gulf carrier Etihad. Bloomberg reported that the Dubai, United Arab Emirates-based airline could take over its financially challenged rival to create the world's largest airline in terms of passenger traffic.
A Harvard professor says the dozens of passengers sickened on international flights are a clear ‘warning shot’ of a worst-case scenario
The CDC is investigating illnesses that sickened dozens of passengers on three separate international flights headed into the US this week. Some passengers were traveling from Mecca, where the Hajj pilgrimage was recently underway, and crowds of millions gathered.