The long-awaited Berlin (BER) airport is set to open in October 2020, bosses have announced. But after a series of delays, is this the beginning of the end, or merely the end of the beginning?
With the threat of pilot strikes looming across Europe, the Irish low-cost carrier has bowed to employee pressure and says it will now accept unions for the first time. The unions have cautiously welcomed the news.
Airlines are going out of business but the current consolidation in European aviation is "long overdue" say experts. More change is coming, but, overall, things look good for consumers as competition stays fierce.
After weeks of turmoil and months of speculation, Airbus CEO Tom Enders says he will indeed step down when his term ends, leaving the door open for a breath of fresh air for the beleaguered company.
The EU has given the formal green light for a second phase of negotiations on Britain's departure from the bloc. The talks will now focus on a transition period and the future trading relationship between the two sides.
Researchers from NASA and Google have taught a computer to review massive amounts of Kepler Telescope star data. The discovery puts a distant solar system's planetary count on par with our own.
The US president offered his thanks to his Russian counterpart in a phone call. The two also discussed the crisis in North Korea and bilateral relations.
A study commissioned by VW has found that some staff at the German carmaker cooperated with Brazil's former military regime. But it said there was no clear evidence that the collaboration was "institutionalized."
China has made high-profile commitments to cutting CO2 emissions and prioritizing a cleaner environment. But despite improved air quality, plans to rapidly cut coal use halted after households were left without heat.
In 2017, eco@africa featured a host of eco heroes bringing solar power to their communities through innovative business ideas and inventions. Here are our top five solar solutions from Africa.
Income inequality can lead to "catastrophes," but there are ways to fight it, according to the World Inequality Report. "Everything depends on the choices that will be made," says renowned economist Thomas Piketty.
Berlin has vowed to protect free internet access following a US decision to repeal net neutrality rules. But some experts say the US move could crash open the gates toward a multi-speed internet in Europe.
So far, all data on the internet has had to be transported on an equal footing, above all at the same speed. In the US, that will change. Jörg Brunsmann asks why politicians are making it so cheap for providers.
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