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Bigger new jets cause headache for plane majors
The problem is that jet fuel is cheap - US$550 per tonne, down 40 per cent from 2014.
Turkish Airlines buys 40 Dreamliners to compete with Middle East carriers
The Boeing planes will upgrade Turkish's fleet amid slowing regional growth
Lufthansa set to land Air Berlin assets, sources reveal
Germany's Air Berlin filed for insolvency in August and its creditors are now discussing how to carve it up
Ryanair pilots get pay hike but may have to change holidays
Move comes after anger from customers amid announcement to cancel up to 50 flights a day to October 31 due to change in the way pilots' annual leave is calculated
Singapore airport handler 'diverted luggage around the world'
Accused believed to have changed baggage tags almost every day from November until February
Etihad scheme allows customers to pay for flights in monthly installments
Initiative is designed to assist low to medium income travellers
Abu Dhabi Airport says operating profit gains 65 per cent from January to August
Operating profit boosted by duty free sales, airport services
Airport sleeping pods strike a chord with red-eye travellers
Smaller sleeper ares catching on despite competition with retailers for space
Emirates goes four up with new A380 flight to Sydney
Service to be operated by the carrier's superjumbo aircraft from March next year
Rash of sick pilots grounds Air Berlin flights
Flyers call in with illness in unusually large numbers leading to numerous cancellations