Chinese Airlines Are Flying Aid-Filled Planes To Europe

Chinese Airlines Are Flying Aid-Filled Planes To Europe

As many countries in Europe close their borders and head into lockdown, aid-filled aircraft are arriving from China. Chinese airlines are sending essentials to various countries in Europe as the pandemic worsens conditions in the region. Among the vital supplies...
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Here’s How Some Airlines Are Practicing Social Distancing

Here’s How Some Airlines Are Practicing Social Distancing

Governments and health agencies around the world are urging people to practice social distancing. However, in confined areas, it can be difficult to do so. However, some airlines are taking measures to practice social distancing onboard when it comes to...
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Should We Worry About The Future Of The Airline Industry?

Should We Worry About The Future Of The Airline Industry?

The airline industry is famously turbulent. Oil shocks, currency fluctuations, geopolitical skirmishes, the occasional accident and groundings. The impact of COVID-19 on airlines is pushing the industry into new territory, beyond contingency and worst-case sce...
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What Trump’s European Travel Ban Means For Passengers

What Trump’s European Travel Ban Means For Passengers

Yesterday the world was taken by surprise when US President Trump announced a travel ban between the EU’s Schengen travel area and the United States. Clearly yesterday’s travel ban will have huge consequences for global connectivity, however, how will it...
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U.S. Airlines Expand Free Ticket Change Policy Amid Coronavirus Uncertainty

U.S. Airlines Expand Free Ticket Change Policy Amid Coronavirus Uncertainty

The largest U.S. airlines are allowing passengers to rebook tickets through April 30 without paying fees to change flights citing uncertainty about traveling during the coronavirus outbreak. The expanded waivers come as major U.S. airlines have reported a shar...
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The UK Will Leave The EASA This Year

The UK Will Leave The EASA This Year

At the end of this year, when the Brexit transition period comes to an end, the UK will leave the EASA. As of 1 January 2021, responsibility for aircraft and aircraft technology certification across Great Britain Throughout the entire Brexit...
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The US Is Increasing Tariffs On European Aircraft— Here’s Why That Matters

The US Is Increasing Tariffs On European Aircraft— Here’s Why That Matters

A 15-year trade dispute between the US and EU is set to get a lot more animated with the enforcement of increased levies. This week, Airbus had a 10% tariff imposed by the US government to pressurize the termination of the age-old...
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ST Engineering Dives Deeper Into Cabin Design

ST Engineering Dives Deeper Into Cabin Design

At the Singapore Airshow 2020, ST Engineering unveiled its long-haul economy seat concept, aimed at reducing weight and customer inventory by integrating additive manufacturing technologies. By replacing aluminum alloy with magnesium alloy in its seat structur...
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Fallout From Coronavirus and 6 Other Top Tourism Stories This Week

Fallout From Coronavirus and 6 Other Top Tourism Stories This Week

This week in tourism news, destinations that rely heavily on Chinese travelers like Thailand and Japan are feeling the pinch as China halts outbound tours in its struggle to contain the rapidly spreading coronavirus. Plus, Pakistan, which was once one...
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Is This The Future? The Zero G Flight Attendant Seat

Is This The Future? The Zero G Flight Attendant Seat

Developed by Collins, the Zero G-Attendant Seat is designed to provide flight attendants with the ultimate in comfort during their rare rest breaks. Collins describes the seat as an “advanced position high comfort cabin attendant seat”. It’s the first of...
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