UN-led talks weigh goal to reduce aviation emissions thorough less-polluting fuels
Airlines are under pressure to lower emissions from flights after countries at an ICAO assembly joined industry last year to target net-zero emissions from the sector by 2050
Looming Emirates 777X deal to kickstart Dubai Airshow
Hosts Emirates and low-cost cousin flyDubai are expected to stamp their mark early on the world's second-largest aerospace event
Dubai to showcase demand for jets under shadow of Mideast tensions
The Israel-Hamas war in Gaza is pushing up demand for weapons while closing airspace and making flights longer and more expensive for some airlines
International travel demand falls after onset of Israel-Hamas conflict
Global travel demand has weakened since the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas killed 1,400 people in southern Israel, and Israel responded with air and ground strikes on Gaza
India's aviation watchdog proposes less work, more rest for pilots
The proposal from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation come more than two months after it decided to conduct a review of pilot fatigue data
Qantas to fight regulator
Qantas said the ACCC case, which accuses it of selling the tickets for flights for more than 48 hours after they were cancelled, does not constitute "fee for no service"
Boeing, Spirit expand inspections for 737 MAX production defect
Boeing notified the Federal Aviation Administration of its initial findings earlier this week, along with customers already facing delivery delays of 737 Max 8s, according to The Air Current
Several airlines suspend Tel Aviv flights until safety conditions improve
Fighters from the Islamist group killed 700 Israelis and abducted dozens in Saturday's attacks