Plane crash-lands on roof; pilot showboating?
A house in Rizal town, Nueva Ecija, became an instant attraction when a small plane was stuck on its roof after a crash yesterday morning.
AirAsia Zest launches airport self-check service
AirAsia Zest launched self check-in service kiosks at NAIA Terminal 4 and in the provincial airports of Kalibo (Boracay), Cebu, Tacloban, Tagbilaran and Puerto Princesa (Palawan) yesterday, to improve passenger experience and facilitate boarding.
FAA Seeks New Safeguards on Boeing 737s
U.S. aviation regulators want cockpit-automation fixes on nearly 500 Boeing Co. 737 planes, seeking to prevent pilot errors that over the years have caused fatal crashes of several jet and turboprop airliners.
Australia rejects Qantas' request for $2.7 B loan
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The Australian government rejected a request from Qantas Airways for a 3 billion Australian dollar ($2.7 billion) unsecured loan to help the national carrier return to profitability, the prime minister said on Wednesday.
UK embassy welcomes deal between StanChart, Cebu Air
MANILA, Philippines - The British Embassy in Manila welcomed yesterday the multimillion dollar deal signed between Standard Chartered and Cebu Air Inc. for new Airbus planes.
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- Asian Aviation Guru Fernandes Puts Jet-Order Spree on Pause
- CebuPac beefs up fleet to 50 aircraft
- Cebu Pacific inks 10-year finance deal with StanChart
- AirAsia's profit drops 19 percent on higher fuel, maintenance costs
- Air passenger traffic flat in 2013
- Phl air traffic inches up in 2013
- Low-Cost Carriers account for 80% of seats in domestic flights
- Tigerair-Cebu Pacific transaction worries legislators
- PAL suspends 35 PAL Express domestic flights