Aer Lingus Board Recommends New $1.5B Takeover Offer From IAG
January 27 2015 6:04 AM EST
This is the third offer from IAG in six weeks but Aer Lingus' trade union has claimed that a takeover may lead to the loss of 1,200 jobs.
UAE Airlines Cancel Services To Baghdad After Shots Fired At Plane
January 27 2015 5:34 AM EST
Three UAE-based airlines cancelled their service to Baghdad after shots were fired at a flydubai plane upon arrival at the city's airport.
Flight 8501 Crash Report Won't Include Black Box Data Analysis
January 27 2015 2:46 AM EST
An NTSC investigator said that analysis of the cockpit voice recorder and the black box will not be included in the preliminary report.
Officials Urge People To Stay Off Roads During Blizzard
January 26 2015 3:27 PM EST
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday that city streets would be cut off to non-emergency vehicles starting at 11:00 p.m. EST.
Winter Storm ‘State Of Emergency’
January 26 2015 1:41 PM EST
States of emergency were issued for New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts.
'The Biggest Snowstorm In The History Of This City'
January 26 2015 12:34 PM EST
From New York City to Maine, officials warn of life-threatening conditions in the next 24 hours as the first blizzard of 2015 approaches.
AirAsia Cuts Fuel Charges As Oil Price Falls
January 26 2015 2:58 AM EST
Production and supply of crude has to slow down to halt the decline in global oil prices, analysts say.
Attempt To Float Flight 8501 Fuselage Fails
January 24 2015 4:37 AM EST
An Indonesian official said that efforts to float the fuselage of Flight 8501 will resume on Sunday.
NTSB Calls For Streaming Black Boxes On US Airliners
January 23 2015 11:59 AM EST
After disappearance of Malaysia Airlines 370 and several other high-profile incidents, the safety board is urging safety and tracking upgrades.
Australia Prepares For MH370 Recovery Operations
January 22 2015 4:47 AM EST
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau called for preliminary tenders for the recovery operations of missing Flight MH370 once it's found.
Bodies Strapped In Seats Found Near Flight 8501 Fuselage
January 22 2015 2:26 AM EST
Divers are expected to reach the plane's fuselage Thursday after bad weather thwarted several attempts over the last few days.
'Screaming' Alarms Buried Flight 8501 Pilots' Voices: Official
January 21 2015 6:52 AM EST
The investigator, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said that a stalling alarm was heard in the cockpit voice recorder.
Flight 8501 Preliminary Crash Report Will Not Be Made Public
January 21 2015 2:34 AM EST
The report will be made available only to "countries that are involved," a senior Indonesian official said.
Flight 8501 Investigators Focus On Human Error, Aircraft Damage
January 20 2015 6:55 AM EST
Indonesia's National Transportation Safety Committee, which is investigating the crash, will release a preliminary report on Jan. 28.
Bomb Threat Grounds Plane Bound For Tel Aviv
January 19 2015 10:00 PM EST
Authorities cleared the plane after searching for explosives.
Terrorism Role Unlikely In Flight 8501 Crash
January 19 2015 6:47 AM EST
Investigators said that there is nothing in the cockpit voice recordings to indicate a terrorist link to the crash of AirAsia Flight 8501.
India's Loss-Making Flag Carrier Air India To Pare Costs By $227M
January 19 2015 4:47 AM EST
In 2012, the Indian government had handed Air India a $5.8 billion bailout package, with funds to be pumped in over nine years.
Rough Seas Hamper Flight 8501 Fuselage Recovery
January 19 2015 12:44 AM EST
Two more bodies were recovered Sunday from near where the AirAsia plane's fuselage was found on the sea bed.
Uber CEO Says He Can Create 50K Jobs In Europe
January 18 2015 10:23 PM EST
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick says he can solve Europe's unemployment problem and ease environmental concerns at the same time.
21 Dead, 1 Missing After Boat Capsizes On China's Yangtze River
January 17 2015 12:25 AM EST
The vessel was undergoing tests when, a witness said, it suddenly flipped over and filled with water.