International Airlines Group - owner of British Airways, Iberia and Aer Lingus - reports higher annual profits from cost-cutting and cheaper fuel.
Airplanes have huge benefits for travellers, but they're costly for the planet. How can air travel be greener without compromising safety?
We asked Sharon Mahony, expert in collaborative environmental management at EUROCONTROL what the air travel industry could do to reduce noise pollution and what factors influence those…
Modern technology has allowed aeroplanes to reduce noise by 75 percent compared to 30 years ago: so why does the noise pollution problem continue to worsen?
The French Air Force is training baby eagles to bring down remote-controlled drones that have strayed into restricted airspace.
Hamburg airport was evacuated and flights suspended when dozens of passengers became ill from what appeared to be a discharge of a corrosive substance
Integrating drones into airspace: what is being done to prevent drones straying dangerously close to passenger flights?
Mike Lissone, Eurocontrol’s unmanned aircraft expert, talks about the challenge of spreading important aeronautical information to the growing number of people flying small drones…
When it comes to air transport, an emergency can quickly turn into a crisis situation. Be it severe weather, a security threat or a cyber attack. How does the industry prepare for a crisis?
In this Q&A for Boarding Pass we ask: Who is responsible for managing a major crisis in airspace?
In Germany, cabin crew at Lufthansa’s low-cost carrier Eurowings have gone on strike forcing dozens of flight cancellations.
Some German media are calling the action a wildcat strike, amid plans for a partial merger of the carrier with Air Berlin.
More than 150 flights to and from Rome’s international Fiumicino airport were cancelled on Thursday (September 22) because of strike action.
The big summer holiday getaway has literally failed to get off the ground for thousands of people at Barcelona airport.
A solar-powered airplane lands in Spain on Thursday morning (June 23) after its trans-Atlantic flight on the latest leg of its globe-circling voyage.
German airline Lufthansa and Latin American carrier Latam plan to suspend flights to Venezuela due to its worsening economic situation.
This is the world’s biggest plane touching down in Australia for the first time. Thousands of people turned out in Perth to see the landing. The
As expected the European Commission, in a wide-ranging press conference to outline major changes to immigration, asylum and refugee policy, is
There is bad news for air passengers in Germany, with strike action causing major disruption at airports. Lufthansa was set to cancel almost 900