EasyJet forecasts lower losses

Airline says passengers could soon benefit from falling oil prices

Airlines: playing with prices

Industry would be foolish to risk regulator wrath just as the outlook improves

Dublin plans Aer Lingus talks with IAG

Irish government ready to discuss €1.35bn bid

Asia-Pacific airlines cut fuel surcharges

Move by Qantas, JAL and others may spread to US and Europe

US east coast braced for blizzard

Airlines cancel thousands of flights ahead of snowstorms

Flybe shares dive after profit warning

Budget airline suffers after being locked into higher fuel prices

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Finland must consider loosening grip on Finnair, says CEO

IAG’s bid for Aer Lingus underscores need for ownership debate

Sands’ time runs slowly

Timetable to replace StanChart chief will seem leisurely to some

Aer Lingus considering third IAG offer

Cash and dividend takeover deal would value carrier at €1.35bn

Malaysia Airlines plays down hack attack

Carrier hit by twin tragedies last year insists customer data secure

Dublin to consider Aer Lingus takeover

Future of Heathrow slots crucial to success of looming IAG bid

Bombardier struggles to break jet duopoly

Canadian manufacturer’s C Series jet is running behind schedule

Aer Lingus set to recommend latest IAG bid

BA and Iberia owner returns with €1.34bn cash offer

SkyMall bankruptcy grounds flying yetis

Catalogue company’s bankruptcy comes as in-flight WiFi takes off

Airlines fly high on cheaper fuel

Shares rally as Dow Transports rebounds

Policy shift gives Indian airlines a lift

A sector long regarded as a luxury is on course for a revival

SpiceJet takes off on rescue plan

Indian carrier soars 10% as original founder resumes control

Embraer dives on negative cash flow alert

Brazilian group revises estimate in light of delayed payments

Khazanah reaps $1bn profit from Alibaba

Malaysian fund plans US tech investments

Divers find second AirAsia black box

Cockpit voice recorder and flight data recorder hold clue to crash

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