SAA agrees to roll over debt in principle, says CEO

The ailing airline has agreed to roll over R9.2bn of debt with lenders, giving it room to implement its turnaround plan

Scandinavian airline SAS cuts 1,200 more flights as strike by pilots drags on

SAS has cancelled 2,800 flights so far as deadlock in wage dispute shows no sign of being broken

Airbus management shake-up spreads to space unit

Head of space systems, who has been facing mounting competition from a new breed of private space contractors, is replaced

Uganda Airlines gets first planes in revival bid

The delivery of two Bombardier CRJ900 jets is the first move in relaunching the national carrier that collapsed in 2001

Harley-Davidson roars past first-quarter expectations

Despite waning popularity in the US and globally, the motorcycle maker’s shares are up 3%

WATCH: Why Airbnb needs to be regulated in SA?

Tourism minister Derek Hanekom talks to Business Day TV about the implication of the Tourism Amendment Bill

Corporate jet-makers court Chinese elite despite slowing economy

Gulfstream, Bombardier trotting out their best long-range business jets at Asian air show

Agency meets US airlines and pilot unions over grounded planes

Meeting with FAA covers a review of the early findings of investigations into two crashes of Boeing 737 Max jets

Jet Airways pilots threaten strike amid more flight cancellations

Top staff add to beleagured airline's woes by demanding salaries unpaid since January

Airbus names former Deutsche Telekom boss as next chair

René Obermann will chair the aerospace company from 2020, signalling a Franco-German balance at its helm

Delta lifts 2019 revenue forecast after quarterly growth

US airline rises 3% as total operating revenue rises 5.1% to $10.47bn in the first quarter to March 31

American Airlines trims quarterly revenue forecast under Boeing cloud

Major US carrier the latest to forecast a hit from global grounding of Boeing’s 737 MAX

Ethiopian Airlines ponders future of order for 737 Max jets

A decision on additional purchases will follow after Boeing offers a software fix to a system implicated in both crashes and seeing what regulators and other ...

SAA lifts number of flights between Accra and Washington

The national airline says it has increased the number of nonstop flights due to rising demand

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