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Articles tagged “aviation”

Airlines

Europe’s Largest Aircraft Storage Facility Is Stretched to Its Limit by Grounded Planes

Many of the world's planes are grounded. But that doesn't mean there aren't some serious logistics involved in keeping them safely in storage.

Europe’s Largest Aircraft Storage Facility Is Stretched to Its Limit by Grounded Planes

Airlines

Airline Industry Tangles With Trump Administration Over Temperature Checks

Airlines need all the help they can get in restoring consumer confidence to fly, but the White House may not be aligned with that mission.

Airline Industry Tangles With Trump Administration Over Temperature Checks

Airlines

United Airlines Sweetens Voluntary Exit Package to Entice More Cabin Crew

United knows it needs to downsize come fall, and it's trying to do so in as painless a way as possible.

United Airlines Sweetens Voluntary Exit Package to Entice More Cabin Crew

Airlines

EasyJet Resumes Minimal Service With Safety Measures in Place

EasyJet begins its journal back to survival today, hoping to serve three-quarters of its usual routes — albeit at a lower frequency — by August.

EasyJet Resumes Minimal Service With Safety Measures in Place
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Southwest Airlines Enters New U.S. Markets to Prep for Business Travel’s Recovery

Southwest Airlines is doubling down on its business offering with fresh initiatives and new routes, including Houston, Chicago, Miami, Jackson, and Colorado Springs. As we get closer to a post-pandemic world, initiatives like these will help get business travelers back in the air.

Southwest Airlines Enters New U.S. Markets to Prep for Business Travel’s Recovery

Airlines

EasyJet Shrinks Fleet and Cuts Jobs to Stay Competitive

A significant number of airlines have not survived the coronavirus crisis. Even the ones that do will look quite different on the other side, as easyJet's latest moves show.

EasyJet Shrinks Fleet and Cuts Jobs to Stay Competitive

Airlines

EasyJet Says Info From 9 Million Customers Exposed in Cyber Attack

As if things weren't bad enough in the airline industry, EasyJet reveals another cyber attack.

EasyJet Says Info From 9 Million Customers Exposed in Cyber Attack

Airlines

Ryanair Reports 13 Percent Rise in Profit But Isn’t Bullish on Recovery

Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary is never one to mince words. As such, he says he as "no visibility" on the consumer appetite for travel in the short term.

Ryanair Reports 13 Percent Rise in Profit But Isn’t Bullish on Recovery

Airlines

Ryanair to Resume 40 Percent of Flights in July With New Rules for Passengers

Europe's largest budget carrier is planning its return, albeit with the expectation of "anaemic demand."

Ryanair to Resume 40 Percent of Flights in July With New Rules for Passengers

Airlines

Air France-KLM Sees Multi-Year Recovery With $1.9 Billion Loss in First Quarter

It was a terrible first quarter for Air France - KLM, and it's unlikely to improve in the second.

Air France-KLM Sees Multi-Year Recovery With $1.9 Billion Loss in First Quarter

Airlines

Norwegian Air Faces Make-Or-Break Shareholder Vote on Rescue Plan

Norwegian Air must appeal to shareholders to narrowly avoid becoming the latest airline casualty of the coronavirus shutdown.

Norwegian Air Faces Make-Or-Break Shareholder Vote on Rescue Plan

Tourism

U.S. Considering Health Screening for International Passengers

The U.S. government is considering health checks for incoming international passengers. If it makes passengers feel more safe about flying, then airlines are likely to be keen to help roll out the plan.

U.S. Considering Health Screening for International Passengers