British Airways chief executive, Sean Doyle, has called on the government to introduce a pre-flight testing regime as part of an overhaul of its fight against Covid-19.
The regional carrier went into administration in Mach this year, with the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic compounding years of financial losses.
After test flights conducted in September, the EASA is performing final document reviews ahead of a draft airworthiness directive it expects to issue next month.
Dubai has unveiled a new scheme for professionals working remotely due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. It enables people to work remotely from the emirate while continuing their employment.
American Melody, the fourth new ship in American Cruise Lines’ acclaimed modern riverboat series, is on schedule for delivery to the Mississippi River next year.
Hong Kong and Singapore have reached an in-principle agreement to establish a bilateral air travel bubble, potentially helping to revive cross-border air travel between the two aviation hubs.
The updated guarantee allows guests making a new booking for 2021 to move their deposit to any other cruise already on sale without any additional fees before they pay their final balance.
Cruise line Hurtigruten will reorganise its global operations as the sector battles back from the Covid-19 shutdown. The company plans to establish a separate expedition entity.
The Scandinavian carrier has taken delivery of the first of three A321LR planes on lease from Air Lease Corporation. The plane is powered by CFM Leap-1A engines.
The Spanish government has reached an agreement with the regional governments of the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands on a protocol to establish travel corridors with European countries.
People arriving in England from Italy, San Marino and Vatican City State will be expected to self-isolate from tomorrow as the nations are removed from the UK quarantine safe list.