The helicopter crashed and rolled downhill for hundreds of feet in an area north of Anchorage, killing Petr Kellner, the richest man in the Czech Republic.
Euronews speaks to Sir Tim Clark, the President of Emirates Airline, to discuss the company's COVID-19 response, the future of aviation and the industry's carbon footprint.
It came as a dozen EU countries called on Brussels to suspend a European law guaranteeing passengers a refund for cancelled flights.
Airline passengers whose flight was cancelled because of the Covid-19 pandemic will lose their right to a refund if lobbyists get their way, the EU’s Transport Commissioner has told Euronews
Interplanetary ambitions are making aerospace investments skyrocket. We hear from aerospace industry experts and decision-makers at the Dubai Air Show.
Explosives training has always been a dangerous undertaking for security workers, but a special substance is designed to make officials and passengers safe
Dozens of BA flights have been cancelled, disrupting the plans of tens of thousands of travellers.
Cabin crew are to strike at 13 bases across Spain for 10 days in September in a dispute over job cuts. A walkout in Portugal began on Wednesday.
Thousands of travellers faced delays after a Customs and Border Protection systems failure prevented immigration officials from processing passengers.
Ryanair pilots in Ireland to strike after talks fail
Potentially dangerous turbulence is becoming more common on transatlantic flights because of changes linked to climate change, according to a study.
'Flight shame' website spells out emissions toll on global climate
Ten people were injured in the incident aboard the ALK Airlines flight including a flight attendant who was thrown into the ceiling.
From electric cars to hydrogen powered buses, here’s the latest green transport news to know this month.