Sky-high demand curbs impact of cheap oil

EU and US airlines have little incentive to pass on fuel savings

Osborne seeks airport expansion backing

Recommendation from Davies Commission due on Wednesday

Heathrow expansion faces multiple hurdles

Tory opponents under the flight path will fight to the end

IndiGo airline marks Indian IPO revival

$400m share offer raises hopes that listings will take off again

Lufthansa sets sights on civilian drones

Carrier plans training and maintenance push into nascent sector

Britons flown home after Tunisia attack

Tui and Thomas Cook schedule extra flights

Expand Heathrow to show UK open for business

A third runway would prime London as the — not just a — global hub for passenger traffic

AirAsia CEO pledge to prove critics wrong

Tony Fernandes rejects highly critical report by analysts of budget carrier’s accounting practices

Hong Kong rejects Jetstar application

Potentially fatal blow to Qantas-backed budget carrier’s plans

A visitor inspects a Safran Leap jet engine on display at the Safran SA pavilion on the opening day of the 51st International Paris Air Show in Paris, France, on Monday, June 15, 2015. The 51st International Paris Air Show is the world's largest aviation and space industry exhibition and takes place at Le Bourget airport June 15 - 21. Photographer: Jason Alden/Bloomberg
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Safran questions jet makers’ output boost

Company declines to commit to high levels of narrow-body output

Aer Lingus’ investors asked to back deal

IAG tie-up to allow Irish carrier to keep slots for Irish flights

Airbus outsells Boeing at Paris air show

Value of orders and commitments falls compared with Farnborough

Goldsmith promises 1m-man anti-runway protest

Tory contender for London mayor says extra Heathrow runway ‘politically unworkable’

Europe’s top 5 airlines set up lobby group

Flag carriers and budget operators join forces to push for change

AirAsia: style and substance

Excessive ambition, not bad accounting, is the biggest risk

AirAsia shares fall on accounting queries

Analysts question sustainability of carrier’s business

Bombardier insists new jet will come good

Canadian group’s fortunes are heavily linked to latest aircraft

Airbus and Boeing notch up $30bn of deals

Aircraft orders likely to be lower in Paris than at Farnborough

Bombardier seeks CSeries lift at air show

Manufacturer pins hopes on Paris air show

Cheaper fuel boosts capacity and competition

Robust profits increase leasing of fuel-hungry veteran aircraft and orders for efficient new models


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