• US president see an end to the trade dispute with China

    US president see an end to the trade dispute with China. Donald Trump on Sunday said he sees an end to the escalating trade dispute with China, after tit-for-tat retaliatory tariffs and threats that rattled markets. “China will take down its trade barriers because it is the right thing to do,” Trump said in a […]

  • Circular of 39th special BCS preliminary test has published

    Circular of 39th special BCS preliminary test has published Bangladesh Public Service Commission (PSC) has published circular for preliminary test of 39th (special) Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS). According to the circular, a total of 4,542 assistant surgeons and 250 dental surgeons will be recruited through the special BCS. PSC published the circular on Sunday.

  • Airline service soars to record high

    Despite a slew of headlines last year about airline customers having miserable, sometimes horrific experiences, a new report says the quality of airline service hit a record high in 2017. “I would have to say overall the airline experience is getting better for most people, although there are still people that are disappointed,” said Dean Headley, […]

  • plane crash: Kabir’s left leg at risk too

    US-Bangla plane crash survivor Kabir Hossain whose right leg was amputated on March 26 at a hospital in Singapore has now contracted infection on his left leg. The leg has been infected severely, Samanta Lal Sen, national coordinator of Dhaka Medical College and Hospital’s burn unit, told The Daily Star. Hours after Kabir was brought […]

  • Airline alleges its website

    A new low-cost airline with regular flights out of Abbotsford International Airport says its website was held hostage after complaints about sub-par customer service led to a dispute with a consultant. In mid-March, Flair Airlines sued the consultant in Illinois. A spokesperson said the airline has since won back control of its main website, FlairAirlines.com, […]

  • LATAM Airlines union says to strike

    The Cabin Crew Union of LAN Express, a subsidiary of the Chile-based LATAM Airlines group, said workers would strike on Tuesday after mediation with the government failed to produce a new labor contract. The union, which includes about 1,000 airline workers, said in a statement on Saturday that the strike would affect all local flights […]

  • Etihad opens Masdar eco-homes for cabin crew

    Etihad Airways has officially opened its Etihad Eco Residence, Abu Dhabi’s first purpose-built, sustainable cabin crew accommodation project. The accommodation is the result of a partnership between the UAE’s national airline and the Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company, better known as Masdar. The complex, which comprises 500 apartments in 11 buildings at the Masdar City […]

  • Venezuela hurts its own with Copa airline suspension

    Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s decision to temporarily suspend Copa Airline’s (CPA.N) flights to and from the troubled OPEC country will hurt Venezuelans more than the regional carrier, Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela said on Friday. Screens that read “Cancelled” hang above counters of Copa Airlines at the Simon Bolivar airport in Caracas, Venezuela April 6, 2018. REUTERS/Marco Bello Maduro […]


    It’s becoming the norm these days where security breaches seem common place. We have a new one to tell you about. This time it’s an airline. If you’ve ever flown Delta Airlines through Bradley International, Newark, White Plains, Stewart the New York City airports, or anywhere they fly, you might be a victim. The airline […]

  • American Airlines orders 47 Boeing 787s

    American Airlines has ordered 47 Boeing 787 Dreamliners in an order valued at $12 billion at list prices, while cancelling a major order for Airbus A350s. The order comprises 22 787-8s scheduled to begin arriving in 2020 and 25 787-9s scheduled to begin arriving in 2023. “We are extremely honored that American Airlines, is deepening […]

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