The global aviation industry has shown reluctance to move away from record production despite growing concerns over passenger aircraft demand in the years ahead.
While an expansion of air travel is expected for Southeast Asia, the outlook for other regions is far less optimistic. This page collates the latest DW content on issues related to aviation.
The first Afganistan - India air corridor has been inaugurated in a ceremony at Kabul International Airport. The Afghan government says the route is aimed at helping Afghanistan become an exporting nation. The route also bypasses Pakistan at a time where relations between Kabul and Islamabad remain strained over security issues.
The UK's flagship carrier has been "working hard to restore" its global systems after a computer meltdown grounded flights. British Airways was also trying to reunite bags lost at Heathrow with their disgruntled owners.