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29 September 2021

Schiphol Airport pilot project to stave off birds with pigs

In the area surrounding Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, a pilot project has been launched to find out whether pigs might be able to help ward off birds […]
28 September 2021

Aviation is important to our sector. Are we serious about reducing greenhouse gas emissions?

Last week I wrote about why consumers resist buying carbon offsets, as Camilla Cavendish pointed out in her column in the Financial Times, “it is much […]
28 September 2021

Japan Airlines offers choices for passengers who prefer to sit away from children

Some people may deny it; others will shy away from answering for fear of being judged as intolerant. The truth is that many prefer not to […]
27 September 2021

Amsterdam airport provides 4 out of 5 passengers with information in their native language

According to the Schiphol airport, in Amsterdam, 4 out of 5 passengers can be helped in their own language. The Self Service Units at the airports […]
27 September 2021

Emirates becomes first airline to roll-out Covid-19 travel pass across six continents

Emirates is the first airline to implement the International Air Transport Association’s IATA Travel Pass solution on six continents as it rolls out this digital health […]
24 September 2021

5 coolest aircraft liveries in the world

Design has found many spaces to exist including the skies. Every aspect of human life, every surface could be susceptible to become the focus of a […]
23 September 2021

British Airways operates first carbon-neutral passenger flight

On September 14th, British Airways flew a carbon neutral flight from London to Glasgow. The airline collaborated with Heathrow, air traffic service provider NATS, fuel giant […]
21 September 2021

Emirates to hire 3,000 cabin crew and 500 airport services staff

To support its foreseen increase in operations, Dubai airline Emirates has launched a global campaign to recruit 3,000 cabin crew and 500 airport services staff to […]
20 September 2021

Heathrow drops dramatically in Europe’s busiest airports ranking

London’s Heathrow airport fell to 10th position on the continent, after recording 71% fewer passengers in August compared to two years ago. The London airport fell […]
17 September 2021

Emirates launches first airline virtual reality app

Emirates Airlines launched this week the first airline virtual reality app, taking a step further in its ambition to reach and engage audiences around the world […]
17 September 2021

Brazilian market offers TAP a needed recovery boost

The lifting of the quarantine requirement for passengers coming from Brazil to Portugal, as well as the authorization for non-essential travel to Brazil, is boosting TAP’s […]
16 September 2021

Private flying is more popular than ever in North America

Private flying is a real trend in North America. According to Argus, a private aviation industry track data, there has been an increase in private flying […]
16 September 2021

The most expensive airport taxis in the world

When you land after a long journey, you might think getting a taxi cab could just mean more comfort and more space for you. However, is […]
15 September 2021

British Airways to add the Azores archipelago to its network in 2022

British Airways has today announced that it will be adding the islands of São Miguel and Terceira in the beautiful Azores archipelago to its Heathrow short-haul […]
14 September 2021

Brussels Airport tests use of drones to chase away birds from runways

Brussels Airport and skeyes continue to explore the possible uses of drones for bird control at the airport. To that effect, the airport has been conducting […]
14 September 2021

White House unveils plan to reduce 20% aviation emissions by 2030

The Biden administration has declared its aim to curb 20% aviation emissions by 2030 to make the US a carbon-neutral country by 2050. Global aviation is […]
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