Aviation


31 July 2020

Star Alliance allows you to plan with confidence during Covid-19

At the end of June, Star Alliance – the world’s largest global airline alliance – has launched its Travel Information Hub, where passengers can find news […]
31 July 2020

Airlines less hopeful of rapid recovery

According to the forecast the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the recovery in air traffic has been slower than what was expected. The forecast reveals that […]
30 July 2020

TAP Air Portugal resumes 65 routes in August
and 76 in September

In September, the Portuguese carrier replenishes about 40 percent of its normal pre-Covid operation. About 500 round-trip flights per week in August. In September, TAP will […]
28 July 2020

Ryanair reports worst quarter in 35-years history

Europe’s largest low-cost airline had the most difficult quarter in its 35-year history due to the Covid-19 crisis. Ryanair reported a loss of 185 million euros […]
27 July 2020

Emirates will cover medical expenses if passengers catch Covid-19

Emirates airline to offer its passengers free cover for COVID-19 medical expenses and quarantine costs, in a unique assurance when they fly to any destination, in […]
27 July 2020

New safety measures
for European flights

In the past few days, many European countries like Spain, France and Belgium have seen an increase in COVID-19 cases. All European countries are currently working […]
24 July 2020

US border pre-clearance facilities to open at Brussels Airport

On July 22nd, Belgian Vice-Premier Alexander De Croo announced that Brussels Airport has been effectively granted a license to host a US border pre-clearance station with […]
23 July 2020

KLM reopens the route to China

Following the relaxation of travel restrictions by the Chinese government, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines decided to reopen the Amsterdam-Shanghai route. The flights to mainland China were […]
23 July 2020

Brussels Airlines receives €290 million in state aid

An agreement to rescue Brussels Airlines has been reached, the Flemish news outlet VRT NWS announced. It has been agreed that the Belgian government will lend […]
21 July 2020

Icelandair reverts its decision to fire all cabin crew members

Icelandair has reverted its decision and will not fire its flight attendants. The decision came after the airline managed to sign a last-minute deal with the […]
20 July 2020

Icelandair fires cabin crew members:
Pilots to take over onboard safety

Icelandair has taken the difficult decision to terminate the employment of its current cabin crew members and discontinue the employment relationship between the parties. The Company’s […]
20 July 2020

Covid-19 casualties: British Airways to retire its Boeing 747 fleet

Due to drop in demand, British Airways has decided to retire its 31 Boeing 747s. “The major industry bodies agree that we will not see a […]
18 July 2020

Gradual recovery of passenger flights at Brussels Airport in June

In June, 83,589 passengers passed through Brussels Airport, representing a decrease of -96.5% compared to June 2019. This decrease, which is slightly less than the past […]
17 July 2020

Gradual lifting of the temporary restrictions on non-essential travel into the EU

The EU Council has updated the list of non-EU countries for which member states should gradually lift travel restrictions. Since 1 July 2020, Member States have […]
16 July 2020

Brussels Airlines in difficulties: Expansion of flights to be delayed by one week

Brussels Airlines’ management has announced to its employees that the company will postpone the extension of its flight schedule in August due to its worsening financial […]
14 July 2020

Air traffic in Europe on the rise again

Air traffic in Europe has begun to increase after months of travel restrictions linked to the Covid-19 pandemic. Eurocontrol reported more than 90,000 flights last week. […]
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