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Transport

Your news hub for all things travel and transport, including coverage of airlines, cruise lines, passenger trains, rental cars, ride-sharing companies, and local transit.

Airlines

The Enduring Impact of 9/11 on the Business of Travel

Twenty years after that fated day, enhanced security measures are now just part of the routine of travel — and the cost of doing business across the globe.

The Enduring Impact of 9/11 on the Business of Travel

Airlines

Qantas Plans Vaccine Requirement for All International Flyers

Vaccine mandates are the next big thing for the travel industry with many companies requiring staff get their jabs. Now Qantas may be the first to take the logical next step with a mandate that passengers on international flights do the same.

Qantas Plans Vaccine Requirement for All International Flyers

Airlines

U.S. Airlines Look to Holiday Boost as Delta Variant Delays Business Travel’s Recovery

The Delta variant has set the travel recovery back with most U.S. airlines eating humble pie after overly rosy outlooks in July. With the business travel recovery delayed at least three months, the industry hopes to counter the tide of bad news with some possible year-end, holiday cheer.

U.S. Airlines Look to Holiday Boost as Delta Variant Delays Business Travel’s Recovery

Airline Weekly

EasyJet Responds to Spurning Wizz Air’s Offer With a 3-Pronged Growth Plan

EasyJet Responds to Spurning Wizz Air’s Offer With a 3-Pronged Growth Plan
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Business Travel

How Gett Is Rethinking the Corporate Ground Transportation Experience

Corporate ground transportation management (GTM) platform Gett is disrupting the sector with its streamlined, intuitive, and integrated B2B platform.

How Gett Is Rethinking the Corporate Ground Transportation Experience

Airline Weekly

Canada’s Porter Lives to Fly Another Day, Resuming Flights Under Grand New Plan

Canada’s Porter Lives to Fly Another Day, Resuming Flights Under Grand New Plan

Airlines

American Airlines Pilots to Picket Over Fatigue and Work Schedules

Working conditions have been impacted by the pandemic, but in this instance enough is enough it seems.

American Airlines Pilots to Picket Over Fatigue and Work Schedules

Airline Weekly

Philippine Airlines Aims for Pre-Packaged 6-Month Bankruptcy Restructuring

Philippine Airlines Aims for Pre-Packaged 6-Month Bankruptcy Restructuring

Airlines

Ryanair Talks with Boeing Collapse Over 737 Max Price Tag Disagreement

Ryanair needs these aircraft to help it recover, and Boeing knows this. The standoff will be short-lived.

Ryanair Talks with Boeing Collapse Over 737 Max Price Tag Disagreement

Airline Weekly

Colombia’s Avianca Combats New Budget Competition With Point-to-Point Routes

Colombia’s Avianca Combats New Budget Competition With Point-to-Point Routes

Airlines

How Unruly Do Airline Passengers Have to Be Before the Government Decides to Prosecute?

The rise of unruly passengers is getting out of hand. If the airline industry and government want to nip it in the bud, more aggressive prosecution is needed. Period.

How Unruly Do Airline Passengers Have to Be Before the Government Decides to Prosecute?

Airline Weekly

Eastern Airlines Makes an Unrivaled Bet on Continued Cargo Growth

Eastern Airlines Makes an Unrivaled Bet on Continued Cargo Growth