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4 May 2021

Why you shouldn’t take your shoes off on a plane

With all the travel restrictions still in force, being on a plane is for most of us a distant memory. But everybody probably still remembers that […]
28 April 2021

Time for “effective action” to decarbonise the aviation sector

World Travel Market’s (WTM) Responsible Tourism Advisor Harold Goodwin has called for “effective action” to decarbonise the aviation sector. Goodwin comments come as momentum builds towards […]
27 April 2021

Brussels Airlines set to offer new destinations for summer

For the past six months, Brussels Airlines has focused on essential travel, offering mostly flights to and from Africa. However, to meet growing demand for travel […]
27 April 2021

Decarbonising Aviation: further delay will be very expensive

The growth in tourism since 1950 has been facilitated by paid annual holidays and by aviation. Those who live in holiday areas have often suffered from […]
26 April 2021

Ethiopian becomes the first African airline to trial IATA Travel Pass

Ethiopian Airlines Group has become the first African airline to conduct a trial of the IATA Travel Pass, a digital travel mobile app to enhance efficiency […]
22 April 2021

United adds flights to Croatia, Greece and Iceland as countries reopen to vaccinated travelers

United is adding three new flights to its international network, giving travelers more options for summer travel by flying direct to countries that are starting to […]
22 April 2021

Airline industry expects to lose $47.7 billion in 2021

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) expects net airline industry losses of $47.7 billion in 2021, an improvement on the estimated net industry loss of $126.4 […]
21 April 2021

Brussels Airlines thinks it is time to thank those everyday heroes

In tough times, tough people rise and transcend. The past year, so many people rolled up their sleeves and went above and beyond to help others. […]
21 April 2021

Australia’s Qantas predicts increase in domestic capacity to above pre-Covid levels

Australia’s Qantas Airways Ltd has said that for the next financial year it predicts an increase in domestic travel capacity which would will exceed pre-pandemic levels. […]
21 April 2021

‘Now or Never’ for Single European Sky

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) warned that the Single European Sky (SES) project to reform Europe’s air traffic management system faces collapse if European states […]
20 April 2021

IATA and Unilabs partner to help passengers manage Covid-19 tests

Unilabs, the leading European diagnostic services provider, and the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the trade association for the world’s airlines, have signed an agreement to […]
19 April 2021

Aviation commits to further decarbonising and increasing adoption of sustainable fuels

The aviation industry announced that – to build on its already impressive scope of activities for reducing CO2 emissions – they are establishing the Council on […]
19 April 2021

Brussels Airlines prepares for gradual summer relaunch

With vaccination programs underway in many countries and demand for travel slowly starting to pick up for summer Brussels Airlines prepares its operations for a gradual […]
12 April 2021

Antwerp Airport sees business flights increase and prepares for restart

Antwerp Airport is seeing business flights and flight movements increase in the first quarter of 2021. From April 20, TUI fly will again fly from the […]
8 April 2021

Historical Etihad Airways’ first flight from Abu Dhabi to Israel

Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), launched its regular flight service between Abu Dhabi and Tel Aviv. Additionally, on Monday, Israel […]
8 April 2021

Negative passenger demand trend continues in February, confirms IATA

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced that passenger traffic fell in February 2021, both compared to pre-COVID levels (February 2019) and compared to the immediate […]
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