Uruguay's economy minister has resigned as he faces a probe over the 2012 collapse of national airline Pluna -- a scandal that has tainted President Jose Mujica's administration.
A Mozambican Airlines captain had a "clear intention" to crash an airplane that went down in Namibia killing 33 at the end of November, according to a preliminary investigation reported Saturday.
Air Astana has replenished its airplane fleet with two new Boeing 767s.
The head of a tiny Pacific airline that pioneered a fare system based on passengers' weight said Wednesday the move had been so successful the carrier is upgrading its fleet.
A direct flight between Almaty and Warsaw is going to be established in Q1 2014, Jacek Kluczkowski, Poland’s Ambassador to Kazakhstan says.
American Airlines emerged as the world's largest airline Monday, combining with US Airways after a hard-fought battle to overcome US competition concerns.
Kazakhstan's civil aviation is not ready to service the summer tourist season of 2014.
A Mozambican Airlines plane that went missing with 34 people on board likely crashed over inhospitable bush in northeastern Namibia, police said early Saturday as they searched for the jet.
China's state media called Friday for "timely countermeasures without hesitation" if Japan violates the country's newly declared air zone, after Beijing sent fighter jets to patrol the area following defiant military overflights by Tokyo.
At the moment Samruk-Kazyna holds 51% in the airline, with the rest of the shares belonging to UK’s BAE SYSTEMS.
China "monitored" US B-52 bomber flights in its newly-declared air defence identification zone, the defence ministry said Wednesday, in an assertion of its authority that stopped short of threatening direct action.
Japanese airlines on Tuesday said they would follow rules set by China when it declared an air control zone over the East China Sea, even as Tokyo said they should ignore them.
SCAT airline company will launch direct flights from Astana to Bangkok on December 29.
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) said Wednesday it will allow passengers to use a range of mobile electronic devices in flight with very few restrictions.
A young Frenchman who weighs 230 kilograms (500 pounds) and was deemed too heavy to fly on a jetliner arrived in New York Tuesday to head home by ship.
A major Sudanese airline serving South Sudan and the Middle East suspended operations Sunday, blaming American sanctions, as a document confirmed German carrier Lufthansa will also end flights to Sudan.
The US Department of Justice said Monday it is still in talks with US Airways and American Airlines to settle competition concerns in their proposed merger.
Kazakhstan Ministry of Transport and Communications revoked licenses of several air carriers.
Admission of foreign air companies to making domestic flights in Kazakhstan will decrease the air tickets costs.
Air fares may go 15-20 percent in Russian airlines starting from January 2014, but not in Kazakhstan or Belarus ones.
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