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ICAO to audit Kazakhstan airlines by autumn
We plan to bring ICAO auditors in the end of summer or beginning of autumn to remove Kazakhstan airlines from the blacklist: Vice-Minister.
Turkish Airlines reverses lipstick ban for stewardesses
Turkish Airlines has reversed a ban on air hostesses wearing brightly-coloured lipstick following accusations it was trying to Islamise the company under government influence.
Presence of rat meat in Kazakhstan airlines' meals impossible: Healthcare Ministry
There is no way Chinese rat meat could have gotten into flight meals of Kazakhstan airlines.
Kazakhstan airlines may be out of EU blacklist by November 2013
The hearing on Kazakhstan will be held in November upon results of ICAO audit: expert.
Kazakhstan air companies to buy over 50 airplanes by 2020
The approximate number of planes to be purchased by our local airlines by 2020 is 56: Kazakhstan Transport Minister.
American Airlines, US Airways merger approved
A US bankruptcy court judge approved Wednesday the merger of American Airlines and US Airways, which will create the country's largest airline.
Delta CEO objects to air security rule change
The top executive of a major US airline has voiced opposition to a change in security regulations that will allow small pocket knives, baseball bats and other previously banned sporting equipment aboard airplanes.
Qantas passengers treated for heat exposure
Soaring cabin temperatures meant 50 passengers and crew had to be treated for heat stress Monday on a Qantas domestic flight in Australia, after a problem with the air-conditioning.
Air China to buy 31 Boeing planes
Air China signed an agreement Friday to buy 31 Boeing passenger and cargo planes from Boeing, subject to government approval.
Japan identifies cause of Dreamliner fuel leak
Japanese engineers probing problems with Boeing's Dreamliners have identified the cause of fuel leaks but are still investigating more serious issues with the aircraft's batteries.
United Airlines extends 787 grounding to May
United Airlines said Thursday it expected to keep its six Boeing 787s out of service until May 12, as the cutting-edge airplane remained grounded worldwide due to battery problems.
US airline merger latest in global consolidation
Thursday's merger between American Airlines and US Airways marks the latest in a series of recent deals that has consolidated the airline industry.
American and US Airways near mega-merger
American Airlines and US Airways are close to striking a merger deal that would create the largest airline in the United States in the latest bout of consolidation in the US aviation industry.
US with new line of inquiry in Boeing probe
The National Transportation Safety Board said Monday it is examining whether the Boeing 787's lithium-ion battery problems were due to formation of microscopic structures called dendrites.
Storm stops all flights in and out of New York
All air travel in or out of New York was halted Friday as airlines grounded their planes in response to an intensifying blizzard across New England.
US safety board finds clue to Boeing fire, faults FAA
The National Transportation Safety Board on Thursday criticized the government's certification process for the Boeing 787 and said it had pinpointed how a battery fire occurred on one of the planes.
Kazakhstan to toughen requirements to airlines
Kazakhstan government developed qualification requirements for airlines planning to perform regular passenger flights in the country.
Scat pays compensations to families of all plane crash victims
Scat airline has completed payments of compensations to the families of the victims of the CRJ-200 plane crash in Kyzyltu village of Almaty oblast.
Cathay asks crew to volunteer for early retirement
Hong Kong flag carrier Cathay Pacific on Tuesday asked its cabin crew to volunteer for early retirement as part of its cost-cutting measures to boost profitability amid a global slowdown.
Regulator grounds Air India Dreamliners
India's aviation regulator said Thursday it had instructed Air India to ground its fleet of Boeing Dreamliners following similar orders from authorities in the United States and Japan.
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