With lockdowns easing, we present two differing views on how people may respond to newly-regained freedoms to travel:

Global travel demand will take years to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic and many business travellers may never return to the skies, but what scale of...

The borders may still be closed to most international arrivals but there is a new look for New York – La Guardia Airport opens its new arrivals and departures hall transforming one of the least inviting facilities in the US into a modern building for United States dome...

News that Coronavirus has caused a ‘collapse in Chinese travel’ is no shock – the question is how long will tremors be felt and how wide will they be spread?

As news emerged that British citizens in China had been urged to leave the country if they can amid the ongoing...

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has said history indicates that the coronavirus is unlikely to have a long-term effect on air travel demand. In an article posted on the website of its official magazine, Airlines., it notes analysis of previous epidem...

The principle of cause and effect simply highlights when something happens, it makes something else happen. The airline sector, and particular its new attitudes to baggage has become a text book case study of such a relationship, and one which continues to change flyin...

Norwegian secures access to London Heathrow, but will it actually utilise its three weekly return slots?

European budget carrier Norwegian has openly stated that after years of rapid growth that it is firmly now focused on profitability. A recent network review has high...

Aviation emissions are to be the biggest issue facing the airline industry in the 2020s - the anti-flying movement has gained greater momentum in the past year. This comes almost as a surprise, but it should not have. This is a story that has been brewing for years. In...

Europe has seven island markets listed as separate countries/territories in the Centre for Aviation (CAPA) and OAG databases for aviation data on capacity and aircraft fleets. These are the three nations of Cyprus, Iceland and Malta, together with four much smaller mar...

Bahrain is set for a new airport as current New Bahrain Airport deemed “only temporary” and described as “a transitional airport”

Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry chairman Sameer Nass has reported plans to construct “a whole new airport and new runways” in Bahra...

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