As US airlines tighten laws on photography and filming on board, but in SA things are a little different.

Transatlantic airline and flag carrier for the northern ice corner Icelandair has transformed an entire Boeing 757-200 into a...

'The next 55 years for the Lufthansa group’s South Africa service is extremely exciting,' says the airline.

United Airlines says a disruptive passenger on a flight from Shanghai to New Jersey was asked to get off, resulting in an...

Despite raising red flags at Los Angeles International Airport, a man cited by airport police and traveling to Hawaii with no...

Travellers flying across SAs skies and using one of the 13k+ aircraft registered in the country should feel safe and secure -...

Gulf carrier's signature Iftar to see a comeback this holy month of Ramadan

Talks on a proposed US ban on laptops and tablets in flights from Europe ended with no ban - and a promise of more talks and...

Spirit Airlines says it's canceling fewer flights since a judge issues a restraining order against the union over an alleged work...

When it comes to aviation authorities of the European Union, African carriers tend to have a bad rap.

An Air Canada flight from Jamaica to Toronto was diverted to Orlando, Florida, after authorities say a passenger became aggressive...

Australia's prime minister says his government is considering following the United States in banning laptops from inbound airliner...

A fire at Singapore's Changi Airport has caused the closure of a terminal and lengthy delays as passengers and flights are moved

United Airlines is changing the keypad codes on cockpit doors after the old codes were accidentally posted on a public website

Low-cost carrier Flysafair has announced their Kids Fly Free promo for winter. Here's what you need to know.

The European Union wants the US to share exactly what security threat sparked its in-flight laptop ban amid concern the measure...

Tthe world's largest and busiest airports are all constantly upping their game to stay ahead of the pack.