Uganda's New Airline - IMF's New Head - Morocco's Apples
Cathay Pacific is undergoing the most serious challenge in its 72-year history. Shares have tanked on signs the airline has been targeted by Beijing over employees joining pro-democracy protests.
Sapping Costs: Boeing sets aside $5 Billion to compensate airlines - Sticker Shock: Sticker-shock in Mykonos: 10€ for a bottle of water - Electric Mobility: eRockit wants to take mobility to a new level
Boeing is to spend $4.9 billioin on compensating airlines and customers affected by the grounding of the 737 Max jet that was involved in two deadly crashes linked to faulty software.
It has been five years since Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was shot down over eastern Ukraine. All the passengers and crew died. An international team of investigators has charged four Russian separatist rebels in Ukraine with murder over the incident.
Virgin Galactic to sell shares following merger - France to put eco-tax on airline tickets by 2020 - Denmark getting tough on drunken e-scooter riders
ECOWAS names common currency 'ECO' - Uganda: foreign firms must list on domestic exchange - France to put eco-tax on airline tickets by 2020
France will introduce an eco tax on airlines flying out of France from next year. It is expected to raise around 180 million euros in 2020, according to French Transport Minister Elisabeth Borne. The government plans to use the funds to finance France’s transportation network.
Victims' families in two airline crashes involving the 737 Max reacted to the offer with surprise.
Glyphosate Fightback: Bayer takes steps to deal with US legal troubles - 737 Max Problems: Airlines cancel more Boeing 737 MAX flights - Turtle Rescue: Malaysian customs siezes 5,000 smuggled turtles
Trade deal brings Trudeau and Trump to the table, Airlines scramble to avoid Iranian airspace, Fisherman's son goes viral, gets rich
FAA tells airlines to avoid Iranian airspace, Nord Stream 2 still splits EU, Foxconn's Gou gives up reins of company
Global leaders are calling for restraint after reports that the US authorized military strikes against Iran, but stepped back at the last minute. The move came after Iran shot down a US spy drone over the Strait of Hormuz. Multiple airlines are now rerouting flights to avoid the region.
An international team of investigators during the week identified four suspects in the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 over Ukraine nearly five years ago. Keith Walker hears the latest with DW's Ukraine correspondent, Nick Connolly.
Mexico girds for talks on Trump tariff threat - Airline halts Boeing sale on new safety worries - White asparagus puts small German town on the map
Trade tensions have also cast a shadow on the airline industry. Airlines have slashed their profit outlook for the year.
Aviation industry hit by protectionism - The German town that lives and breathes asparagus
The global airline industry is expected to record its first profit fall in five years. Industry bosses meet in Seoul as rising fuel and labor costs combined with mounting protectionism are hitting aviation where it hurts most.
There's still no sign of the Boeing 737 Max returning to the skies after it was pulled from service following two deadly crashes. That's despite regulators from around the world meeting on Thursday to discuss the future of the grounded jet. Meanwhile with more and more airlines seeking compensation, the cost to Boeing becomes ever more clear.
Regulators, airlines focused on Boeing 737 Max – Radical restructuring plans for Deutsche Bank - Young, jobless and forgotten by the EU?
Niki Lauda has died at the age of 70. Lauda won three world titles and famously survived a terrible crash at the 1976 German Grand Prix. Later he founded his own airline - twice. He will be remembered as one of the best and most charismatic drivers in Formula One history.
Uganda Airlines lined up again for take off, Australia's recycling industry faces big challenge, Algeria's richest man in jail for corruption probe
The aviation industry has been shaken after Jet Airways said it was suspending all operations. Creditors are hopeful of a deal to rescue the airline, while staff held protests seeking state intervention.
Fighting to maintain altitude. Since Friday, Jet Airways staff have been staging demonstrations. They are calling for the Indian government to intervene - and they want lenders to find a way to rescue the carrier.
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