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Airlines and Airports Issue Stark Warning to European Prime Ministers

Airlines and Airports Issue Stark Warning to European Prime Ministers

Europe’s airline and airport associations have written to Prime Ministers, Transport, Health and Home Affairs Ministers across the European Union, Schengen and the UK, setting out deep concerns over their failure to implement coherent and

Major U.S. Airlines Announce Health Acknowledgment Requirement

Major U.S. Airlines Announce Health Acknowledgment Requirement

Airlines for America (A4A), the industry trade organization representing the leading U.S. airlines, announced that its member carriers are voluntarily implementing temporary health acknowledgment policies and procedures for passenger travel as an additional level of

Virgin Atlantic to Resize Its Business

Virgin Atlantic to Resize Its Business

Virgin Atlantic has announced plans to reshape and resize its business to ensure that is it fit for the future, in response to the severe impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the global economy, our

Airlines Announce New Face Covering Requirements

Airlines Announce New Face Covering Requirements

Aligning with best practice guidelines from the CDC, airlines will require all customers to wear a face mask or appropriate face covering when traveling. Spirit Airlines today announced its newest safety measure to protect Team

Airlines Facing Rapid Cash Burn

Airlines Facing Rapid Cash Burn

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) published new analysis showing that airlines may burn through $61 billion of their cash reserves during the second quarter ending 30 June 2020, while posting a quarterly net loss

Airlines Switch to Cargo-Only Flights

Airlines Switch to Cargo-Only Flights

Airlines from all around the world are canceling flights as authorities seek to contain the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. Some airlines are quickly repurposing their passenger planes to fly cargo-only to help weather the

12 Airlines that Shutting Down Operations

12 Airlines that Shutting Down Operations

Airlines all around the world are temporarily shutting down or drastically reducing their operations as the travel industry is experiencing record low demand as COVID-19 spreads around the world. European Commission (EC) granting the temporary

Airlines Suspending Flights to China. Updated.

Airlines Suspending Flights to China. Updated.

Airlines from all around the world are canceling flights to China as authorities there seek to contain the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus. British Airways, KLM, SAS, Air France, Delta, United Airlines, American Airlines, Air

World’s Most On-time Airlines and Airports

World’s Most On-time Airlines and Airports

Russia’s Aeroflot has been named as the world’s most on-time mainline airline in the annual On-Time Performance (OTP) Review released today by travel data and analytics expert Cirium. The OTP Review identifies the world’s best-performing

The Two-billion Dollar Airline Opportunity for Hoteliers

The Two-billion Dollar Airline Opportunity for Hoteliers

Did you know that there were around four billion passengers carried on airplanes last year? But with profit margins so low many airlines are trying to increase margins by cross-selling their customers hotel accommodation –

The Most Underperforming Airlines in the World

The Most Underperforming Airlines in the World

Following a year of aviation chaos, a global study of airlines and airports reveals the stark reality of the UK’s floundering air travel industry. In one of the most comprehensive and accurate data-based evaluations of its

The most punctual airlines in the world

The most punctual airlines in the world

OAG, British Airways and easyJet rank in the top 20 for annual on-time performance (OTP) of the world’s largest airlines, according to the results of the OAG Punctuality League 2018 – the industry’s most comprehensive annual ranking

Russia’s Top Airlines Are Eyeing the Specter of Bankruptcy

Russia’s Top Airlines Are Eyeing the Specter of Bankruptcy

Russia's several top airlines are eyeing the spectre of bankruptcy following last year's ruble meltdown, which decimated travel spending and drastically upped the costs of maintaining carriers' fleets. UTair, with a hub in Syktyvkar in