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A crash in Ethiopia in March and a previous crash in Indonesia October have
left the world's largest planemaker in crisis.
"It is recommended that the aircraft control system shall be reviewed by the manufacturer," Ethiopia's Transport minister told reporters
"National carriers and low-cost airlines all benefit from paying no fuel tax and VAT while the rest of us must pay our way," Transport & Environment said.
After going bust on Thursday, Icelandic budget carrier Wow Air left passengers stranded across two continents.
A school for flight attendants is proving a hit.
Singapore is temporarily suspending all Boeing 737 MAX flights in and out of island city-state, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS).
Antonis Mavropoulos was supposed to take the Nairobi-bound Ethiopian Airlines Boeing plane that crashed this Sunday morning. Thankfully he did not make it.
A dramatic video has emerged showing a British Airways flight swaying side to side as it attempts to land in Gibraltar
On Thursday, Italy's competition authority issued a penalty of €3 million to Ryanair and €1 million to Wizzair.
Hundreds of passengers have been left stranded across Europe following the collapse of the British regional airline Flybmi.
A Norwegian flight en route to Nice was forced to return to Stockholm on Thursday after a "bomb threat" was made against the flight
German airline Germania files for insolvency
Berlin says it's over safety concerns and the suspicion that the airline is being used for military purposes by Iran's Revolutionary Guards, as well as for terrorist activities.
Spanish carrier in danger of losing its license because of non-EU ownership
The US Department of Justice has officially started an investigation into the Airbus SE according to the French daily newspaper Le Monde.
Airline Iberia is facing some Brexit turbulence.
Flights were briefly suspended at Gatwick Airport on Friday evening after an unconfirmed sighting of a drone caused the transport hub's runways to be closed off.
Japan Airlines has issued an apology after one of its co-pilots was arrested for being over the legal blood alcohol limit for a pilot.
Euronews takes a look at what systems are in place to quell bad behaviour on European flights.
Low cost carrier Cobalt Air, which was the largest airline based in Cyprus, went into administration on Thursday, stranding hundreds of passengers on the Mediterranean island.