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Peugeot plans 100 percent electrified vehicle lineup by 2025

Peugeot plans 100 percent electrified vehicle lineup by 2025

European automaker PSA Peugeot Citroen plans to offer electric and hybrid electric powertrain options for all of its vehicles by 2025, according to CEO Carlos Tavares. The chief executive also said
Emirates Offers the A380 a Lifeline With New Order

Emirates Offers the A380 a Lifeline With New Order

The A380 isn't dead yet but it will need someone other than Emirates to show an interest if it is going to survive in the long run. -Patrick Whyte
Heathrow Has a Possible Solution to Its Runway Problem

Heathrow Has a Possible Solution to Its Runway Problem

Plans to expand Heathrow have been in development for close to a decade. However, local opposition has made adding a new runway very difficult for successive governments. This time, the airport's
United Airlines Will Add Premium Economy to Match Delta and American

United Airlines Will Add Premium Economy to Match Delta and American

United is lagging behind its competitors in launching international premium economy. But this is something it needs to do, if only because of competitive dynamics. -Brian Sumers
Uber’s big SoftBank deal has officially closed

Uber’s big SoftBank deal has officially closed

SoftBank’s $1.2 billion primary direct investment deal has officially closed, according to Uber itself, which confirmed the deal closure and provided the following statement to TechCrunch via a
United Will Begin Giving Passengers Details About Why Their Flights Are Delayed

United Will Begin Giving Passengers Details About Why Their Flights Are Delayed

Airline passengers don't like being late. But what they probably dislike more is being late and not knowing why. Over the next few weeks, United will give some customers detailed information about the
Ex-NJ Governor Christie Forced to Use Regular TSA Line at Newark’s Awful Terminal B

Ex-NJ Governor Christie Forced to Use Regular TSA Line at Newark’s Awful Terminal B

We have no industry-specific insight here, just a supreme joy at seeing a person run face first into a transportation tragedy of their own making. Next stop: Amtrak's Northeast Corridor. -Jason
Boris Johnson's Channel bridge isn't infrastructure, it's an ego trip | David Shariatmadari

Boris Johnson's Channel bridge isn't infrastructure, it's an ego trip | David Shariatmadari

The foreign secretary’s latest headline-grabbing idea is a narcissistic political wheeze, not a serious proposal I guess we should have expected it: Boris Johnson is not the kind of man to let himself
Frank Field demands answers over 'reckless' running of Carillion

Frank Field demands answers over 'reckless' running of Carillion

Regulators and pension schemes under scrutiny from MPs investigating £900m deficitA committee of MPs has demanded answers from the trustees of Carillion’s pension scheme and regulators as it opened an
Tesla’s Model 3 is coming to some of its East Coast showrooms

Tesla’s Model 3 is coming to some of its East Coast showrooms

Tesla is bringing its newest production vehicle to its showrooms in some East Coast locations for the first time, so that potential (and many actual) customers will be able to check it out in person.

Angola Owes Foreign Airlines $500 Million

Africa’s second-biggest oil producer has suffered since 2014 due to the freefall in global oil prices. That's left it short of hard currency needed to pay foreign debt. Why hasn't the International

Delta Air Lines Seeks to Crack Down on Fake Service Animals

Airlines know too many passengers travel with fake service animals to avoid paying fees. But some are wary about cracking down, in part because they're nervous about mistakenly denying legitimate
British Airways Could Buy Several More Superjumbo Jets from Airbus

British Airways Could Buy Several More Superjumbo Jets from Airbus

Do you also have whiplash? Earlier this week, a senior Airbus executive said the manufacturer may have to kill the A380 program because of a lack of sales. But soon after, Airbus said it sold at least

United Will Tell Passengers Why Their Flights Are Delayed and 6 Other Aviation Trends This Week

This week in aviation, United made headlines by launching international premium economy and starting to tell passengers more about why flights are delayed. Read about how airlines aspire to be more
Southwest, Delta and Singapore Air Are Among Most-Admired Companies

Southwest, Delta and Singapore Air Are Among Most-Admired Companies

Few travelers would say they admire airlines. But among business executives and analysts, the sentiment is different. They see a few airlines as being well-run businesses worthy of admiration. -Brian

The Space Tourism Race Is Getting More Competitive as Launches Near

While this story focuses on Boeing and SpaceX, other players including Virgin Galactic and Blue Origin are also working to bring tourists to space. It will be an experience few can afford, but at
Boeing Decides to Make Its Own Seats as Manufacturing Delays Anger Airlines

Boeing Decides to Make Its Own Seats as Manufacturing Delays Anger Airlines

Airlines practically have been begging for more manufacturers to make seats, with some existing producers having quality and on-time performance issues. But it's not an easy business, so we'll have to
Norwegian Air Sets Record for Fastest Subsonic Transatlantic Flight

Norwegian Air Sets Record for Fastest Subsonic Transatlantic Flight

It's funny. There's no mention of how long the it took for the outbound flight from London to reach New York. If a tailwind helped Norwegian Air set a speed record on the New York to London leg, the

Ryanair Reaches Labor Deals With British Pilots

Big news, but don't be fooled. Ryanair's long-running labor disputes aren't over. The Irish carrier is still negotiating with pilots in Spain, Italy, Ireland, and Germany, which have all threatened
Malaysia Air Finds a New Use for Its Surplus Superjumbos

Malaysia Air Finds a New Use for Its Surplus Superjumbos

Once seen as the future of the airline industry, the A380 is now on life support. Airlines are going to have to come up with creative ways to make it viable. -Patrick Whyte