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23 August 2021

Brussels Airlines launches home checking documents to avoid long airport waiting queues

Because of the constantly changing travel restrictions and the many differences in the documents asked by immigration offices in and outside of Europe, travelling abroad requires […]
23 August 2021

Belgium considers implementing new environmental taxes affecting aviation

As part of a future revision of the tax code, the High Council of Finance (HCF) of Belgium in its Fiscal and Parafiscal Section is looking […]
20 August 2021

EU and UK Digital Certificate can be embedded in IATA Travel Pass

In this new phase of pandemic, where many countries have reopened the boundaries and the travel situation seems stable, the aviation government needs more information on […]
19 August 2021

Blocked airline funds could slow recovery says IATA

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) urged governments to abide by international agreements and treaty obligations to enable airlines to repatriate close to nearly $1 billion […]
19 August 2021

New generation airports. Kansas City new terminal design

Airports are becoming more and more technological and smarter. Since the pandemic, new tech and intelligent systems are necessary to offer easy and fast solutions for […]
19 August 2021

Why is National Aviation Day celebrated?

Each year on August 19th, the United States celebrates National Aviation Day, a day to wonder on the power of flight and appreciate the history that […]
17 August 2021

Impressive Emirates Airlines campaign “On top of the world” goes viral

To celebrate the resumption of quarantine-free travel between Britain and the United Arab Emirates, Emirates airlines released a commercial shot at 830 meters above sea level […]
16 August 2021

Travel recovery has started, says Heathrow Airport

Heathrow Airport has announced that passenger numbers rose in July as the UK government eased travel restrictions. Recovery was underway, the airport reported, while warning that […]
16 August 2021

Video shows American Airlines staff restraining unruly 13-year-old boy by duct tape

A video of an unruly passenger being restrained by duct tape has been obtained and published by US news channel CBSN Los Angeles. The clip shows […]
16 August 2021

Why do flight attendants use duct tape to restrain unruly passengers?

Violence on airplanes has increased substantially over the past few months, especially in the US. Many flight attendants are using duct tape to restrain aggressive passengers […]
13 August 2021

Brussels Airport continues to see an increase in passenger numbers

The start of the summer holidays has clearly had a positive impact, despite the ban on organized travel to tourist hotspots such as Tunisia and Egypt. […]
11 August 2021

These are the world’s best airports for 2021

Skytrax, a UK based independent airline industry consulting group has released its annual ranking of the world’s best airports at the World Airport Awards and for the first […]
10 August 2021

The first flying taxis to start operating in cities in 2024

German startups Lilium and Volocopter have announced that they are planning to inaugurate a flying taxi service in 2024. For their part, Hyundai and General Motors […]
9 August 2021

It is official. 2020 was worst year on record for the airline industry

Official data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) exposes the devastating impact of Covid-19 on global air transport during 2020. At the depth of the […]
6 August 2021

Lufthansa sleeper’s row: An entire row all to yourself on long-haul flights

As of 2nd August, Lufthansa guests travelling in Economy Class on select long-haul flights will have the option of booking a Sleeper’s Row. Able to choose […]
5 August 2021

Summer air travel continues to be disappointing says IATA

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has announced that air travel is still struggling to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic, with demand still significantly below pre-Covid-19 […]
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