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IATA Calls For Slot Rule Waivers To Be Extended

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has called on governments across the globe to extend airport slot waivers amid the continued difficulty caused by...

South African Airways’ Turnaround Plan Will Cost Around $580 Million

State-owned South African Airways (SAA) is seeking another government bailout to survive. This time it will cost the government at least $580m in funds,...

Jet Blue Says Passengers Will Return To The Air In Winter

American carrier JetBlue is confident business will be getting back to normal by winter. After springtime lows, demand is now climbing, and JetBlue reckons...

ANA Flies Its Last Boeing 737-500 Flight

Last week we wrote about All Nippon Airways’ (ANA) retiring its final Boeing 737-500 on June 14th. For better or for worse, that day has come,...

Thai Airways Insists Jobs Wont Be Lost Short Term

Amid formulating rehabilitation plans for the airline, Thai Airways has announced that there will be no employee layoffs for the time being. Although the carrier...

British Airways’ New 787-10 Fleet: What We Know So Far

British Airways has shown its excitement in launching services with its new Boeing 787-10 aircraft. The widebody’s arrival has been highly-anticipated, but the flag...

Virgin Atlantic Flight Refunds Taking Up To 4 Months

UK carrier Virgin Atlantic, like almost every other major airline, has had to deal with an onslaught of flight cancelations and service suspensions due...

Etihad Airways Operates First Ever Flight To Costa Rica

This weekend, Etihad Airways is finishing up its first-ever flight from Abu Dhabi to San Jose, the capital of Costa Rica. The flight, a...

The Rise And Fall Of Bombardier Aerospace

Canadian manufacturer Bombardier has seen better days than where it finds itself now. Here, in 2020, the company’s aerospace division is a shell of...

Ryan Air Calls For Temporary Suspension Of Air Passenger Duty

European budget carrier Ryanair is calling for the temporary suspension of the UK’s Air Passenger Duty (APD) tax. This appeal comes after the Transport Committee...

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