August 7, 2020

A report in the Daily Telegraph reveals that 'Doctors have warned that the health service cannot shut down to patients not suffering from Covid-19 in the event of a second wave. Professor Neil Mortensen, the president of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, has sa...

August 6, 2020

With the downturn in airline traffic still ongoing, Conde Nast's Jessica Puckett reports on proceedings at La Guardia Airport, New York.

In the latest rollout of its sweeping construction project, New York City's LaGuardia Airport opened seven new gates in its brand new...

August 5, 2020

Virgin Atlantic Airways, the airline founded in 1984 by Sir Richard Branson, yesterday, Tuesday August 4, filed for debt relief in the U.S. as the toll of Covid-19 on the airline industry continued to mount.

The company said it is not technically ba...

August 4, 2020

Writing for Forbes, Ted Reed reports that while international travel is slumping, American Airlines and new partner JetBlue both see the potential for growth, especially at New York Kennedy International Airport. Despite the partnership, they will even compete on JFK-L...

August 4, 2020

OAG's John Grant and Becca Rowland examine the rise in airline capacity and the services at risk as recovery from Covid-19 improves, then pauses.

Airline Capacity Rising

With one of the world’s largest airlines making nearly 800 schedule changes in one day and at the sam...

July 31, 2020

Good afternoon,

Two weeks ago, I updated you from this podium on the progress we had made as a country against coronavirus. And in many ways that progress continues.

The number of patients admitted to hospitals is still falling, and now stands at just over 100 each day....

July 31, 2020

Universal Credit is "failing millions of people", especially the vulnerable, according to a new report from peers.

The Lords' Economic Affairs Committee said that although it agreed with the government's aim for the scheme - to bring together multiple benefits into one...

July 29, 2020

Owned and operated by the city throughout its 80-year history, when it first opened in 1940, Philadelphia Municipal Airport transported more than 40,000 passengers. Up to the early part of 2020, the airport, or to give it its three-letter code, PHL, had grown exponenti...

July 28, 2020

United Airlines has no plans to retire aircraft following the devastating coronavirus crisis, saying it stands ready to resume normal services and to offer more long-haul flights to overseas destinations once travel restrictions lift.

On its quarterly analyst call on 22...

July 27, 2020

A quick read through numerous social media posts appear to reveal a growing dissatisfaction with Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his government. Yet at the same time, there remains strong grass-roots support for him.

So what is the reason for this apparent lack of ent...

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