Aviation.


11 January 2022

Air France increases ticket prices to develop the use of sustainable fuels

On Monday January 10th, Air France announced that the airline is increasing ticket prices by 1 to 12 euros to offset part of the extra cost […]
10 January 2022

No reason for airlines to operate ‘ghost flights’ says ACI Europe

Airport trade body ACI Europe has expressed dismay at the escalating industry and political rhetoric around so-called ‘ghost flights’ and reiterated its strong support for the […]
10 January 2022

New “boarding tax” in Belgium to make tickets up to 10 euros more expensive

All flights out of Belgium will now be subject to the new “boarding” tax which entails an increase in the price of airline tickets of up […]
7 January 2022

Fake PCR tests caught at Brussels Airport can send you to prison

Forging a PCR test to go through the Brussels Airport may not be the greatest idea. The Criminal Court of Brussels is imposing prison terms of […]
6 January 2022

Brussels Airlines operates 3,000 empty flights to keep its slots

Brussels Airlines has operated 3,000 flights without passengers this winter to avoid losing take-off and landing slots, reports Le Soir. The Lufthansa group, Brussels Airlines parent company, will cancel […]
6 January 2022

Towards the end of low-cost travel?

As airlines sink deeper in debt because of the Covid-19 pandemic, they will be unable to avoid raising fares after the crisis. A recent report published […]
5 January 2022

2021 was the second safest year in air travel

A recent report has revealed that fewer people died in aviation tragedies in 2021 than in 2020. A safety consultancy based in the Netherlands, To70, showed […]
5 January 2022

How much does a flight attendant make?

Getting paid to travel around the world sounds like the dream job for many people. Indeed, flight attendants may have exhausting flights but they get to […]
5 January 2022

Emirates rated again as the world’s safest airline

Emirates has been rated the world’s safest airline for the second consecutive year. The airline from Dubai scored a risk index of 95 per cent. Based […]
5 January 2022

Denmark wants all its domestic flights to be green by 2030

Denmark’s government has set itself the ambitious goal of making all domestic flights green by 2030, Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said on January 1st, 2022. Frederiksen […]
4 January 2022

Challenges and risks of the aviation industry in 2022

Entering the new year, the aviation industry faces considerable challenges and risks ahead. From battling recessions triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic to government regulations, terrorism, labor […]
4 January 2022

U.S. airlines cancel over 2,600 flights

The global aviation sector is still suffering from the contagious Omicron variant, with nearly 4,600 flights cancellations globally. Airlines have canceled more than 5,300 U.S. flights […]
3 January 2022

Woman quarantined in bathroom for 3 hours after testing positive on flight to Reykjavik

An American woman chose to isolate herself in the bathroom of an airplane after testing positive for Covid-19 mid-flight from Chicago to Iceland. Marisa Fotieo said […]
28 December 2021

Morocco tourism sector goes bankrupt due to new travel restrictions

On Friday, Morocco’s National Office of Airports (ONDA) decided to extend a ban on international flights until the end of January in an attempt to stop […]
28 December 2021

Miracle of Gottröra: An emergency landing that saved 129 lives

Yesterday, December 27th,  marked the 30th anniversary of what went down in  history as the miracle of Gottröra (in Swedish Miraklet i Gottröra) or the Gottröra […]
27 December 2021

Air passengers more likely to get Covid-19, says IATA’s doctor

The risk of being infected on a flight with the Omicron variant is three times bigger than with Delta. This is the warning from the doctor […]
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