Five feared dead in Malta air crash

Five people are believed to have been killed when a military aircraft crashed on take-off from Malta on Monday, local media reported.

Venezuelan fighter intercepts Colombian passenger flight

A Colombian passenger plane was intercepted and escorted from Venezuelan airspace by a Venezuelan fighter plane, the government in Bogota revealed Saturday.

Police suspect tear gas in London City airport "chemical incident"

Police said they suspected CS gas could have caused a "chemical incident" that led to a three-hour evacuation of London City Airport on Friday.

Croatia Airlines celebrates 20 years of flights to Sarajevo

Croatia's national air carrier, Croatia Airlines on Wednesday celebrated 20 years of Zagreb - Sarajevo flights with the airline's CEO Kresimir Kucko announcing the airline's stronger presence in...

Police detain 200 suspects at world airports for airline ticket fraud

One hundred and ninety-three suspects were detained over a five-day period at airports around the globe as part of a crackdown on fraudulently purchased airline tickets, according to a statement...

Ryanair cuts profit forecast amid plunging pound

Ryanair, Europe's largest low-cost airline, on Tuesday warned that it expects its annual net profit to fall by up to 125 million euros (138 million dollars), mainly due to a plunge in the pound...

Suspect arrested in connection with series of Danish bomb threats

Police arrested one suspect in connection with bomb threats made earlier Monday which led to the temporary evacuation of two Danish airports and two shopping centres.

Bomb threats disrupt Danish airports, shopping centres, hospitals

Two Danish airports and two shopping centres were temporarily evacuated Monday after bomb threats that were also sent by email to hospitals and universities.

Two Germans killed in light aircraft crash in South Africa

Two German nationals were killed when a light aircraft crashed in eastern South Africa, a police spokeswoman said Monday.

EU: "Several errors" in WTO ruling on Airbus subsidies

The European Union pushed back Thursday against a ruling that it was illegally subsidizing aircraft manufacturer Airbus.

Berlin airports on high alert after terrorist suspect arrest

Berlin's airports remained on a high security alert on Tuesday just one day after the arrest of a terrorist suspect who security officials say was planning an attack on air transport hubs in the...

Nigeria sells presidential jets to cut costs during recession

President Muhammadu Buhari said Wednesday he was selling two presidential planes out of a fleet of 10 to cut costs during Nigeria's severe economic recession.

Outrage as Mugabe son-in-law appointed to lead Zimbabwe airline

Zimbabweans vented their outrage Wednesday over the appointment of President Robert Mugabe's son-in-law as chief operations officer of national airline Air Zimbabwe, a move seen as strengthening...

Four people killed in Colombia plane crash

Four people were killed and seven injured on Friday when a small aircraft crashed in north-western Colombia.

Egyptair hijacker to be extradited from Cyprus to Egypt

An Egyptian man accused of hijacking an Egyptair passenger aircraft in March is to be extradited to Egypt, a court in Nicosia ruled on Friday, according to Cypriot state news agency CNA.