Aviation

Singapore Airlines profit plunges in Q1

by AAP
Falls in passenger numbers, cargo revenue bite as Tiger comes under pressure.

Military exercises result in glut of canceled flights in China

Move is latest blow to travellers in country already plagued by delays.

ACCC to monitor post-carbon tax prices

Watchdog puts firms on notice; Qantas, Virgin singled out over carbon tax cost claims.

Qantas reassures over Iraq route

National carrier says it is still safe to fly over Iraq, despite Emirates' deciding to steer clear.

Flight Centre flags profit growth

Group says most travelers opting to maintain bookings with Malaysia Airlines, or other carriers.

Air Algerie plane goes missing

Air Algerie loses contact with passenger jet, fears it crashed in Mali.

American Airlines profit soars in Q2

Group unveils plan to cut debt, increase shareholder capital returns.

Turbulence ahead for Tigerair Australia: analysts

A wider Q1 loss for Tiger Singapore has analysts flagging a greater FY15 loss for Tigerair Australia.

Qantas split may not face political backlash: report

Albanese says possible separation of airline’s international arm a ‘commercial matter’.

Boeing Q2 profit soars over 50%

by AAP
Aerospace group lifts FY outlook after new jetliner deliveries boost result.

Germany, Malaysia pressure Russia over MH17 site

Merkel, Najib say conditions at the crash site are still unacceptable.

Qantas eyes company split

Airline mulling a split of its domestic and international arms to encourage investment: report.

MH17 crash site still too unsafe to investigate: Holland

UK calls for EU to hold Russia to greater responsibility over the crash.

Ukraine offers to hand MH17 probe to Holland

Gesture aims to resolve intensifying stand-off over crash site, nearby military ops halted.

How eTravel is making border security a breeze

When it comes to our borders, you may think that ensuring either convenience or security compromises the other. But today’s technology can offer us the best of both worlds.

Russia faces criticism after MH17 crash

US intelligence blames plane crash on ground-to-air missile; Abbott hits back at Russian response.

Belgium calls for international plane crash inquiry

Foreign minister says European Union foreign ministers will discuss matter on Tuesday.

Russian response to MH17 crash 'unsatisfactory': PM

At least 28 Australians confirmed on flight MH17 as US agencies conclude surface-to-air missile shot down plane.

Drone-flyers back call for national regulation

The Australian Certified UAV Operators Association supports "Eyes in the Sky' report but concerned about the proposed deregulation of the sub 2kg category of RPAs.

Lifting foreign investment caps won’t unshackle Qantas

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Qantas is now open to foreign investment, and a potential associated restructure. But who would want to buy into the airline in its current state?

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