Keyword: Boeing 737 Max 8
The airline said that it is “highly confident” the aircraft will be recertified before that date. Here’s the latest.
It’s been another big week for air travel news in Europe. Here are the latest updates you need to know.
The airline, which has 24 737 Maxes in its fleet, says that it is continuing to await information from regulatory authorities regarding the aircraft. Here's what travelers need to know.
The United States Tour Operators Association, led by its CEO, Terry Dale, traveled to Ethiopia to meet with the President of Ethiopia and travel industry leaders to demonstrate the organization's commitment to building tourism in the country. Read more here.
From March 31 – April 10, Norwegian will be combining flights and reallocating aircraft within its network to keep cancellations to a minimum.
American Airline’s Miami and New York service will resume today with a 737-800 aircraft. Learn more here.
We’ve rounded up the airlines affected by the FAA order, and what affected customers can do. Take a look.
Two American Airlines flights between St. Croix and Miami, and one between St. Thomas and Miami, were serviced by the 737 Max aircraft. Here's the latest from the destination.
President Donald Trump has announced that the U.S. would issue an "emergency order to ground all 737 Max 8 and the 737 Max 9, and planes associated with that line." Here's the latest on the situation.
Low-cost transatlantic carrier Norwegian has made a number of changes to its fleet deployment following Europe’s grounding of the Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft. Here's the latest on the situation.