Singapore Airlines has launched a bid to vaccinate all its crew against Covid-19. Once vaccinated, crew members will be subject to less scrutiny and fewer coronavirus-related security measures.
A new tool will help airlines and airports leverage forward looking search and intent data to predict demand and identify new and more profitable route opportunities.
easyJet Holidays has seen a spike in demand for trips, with bookings for summer this year up 250 per cent compared to the same time last year.
Emirates Group has rolled-out a Covid-19 vaccination programme for its substantial UAE-based workforce in coordination with the Dubai Health Authority.
The government has announced plans for a financial support scheme aimed at airports in England. The scheme is expected to open this month in response to new Covid-19 travel curbs.
Lynne Doughtie has been elected to the Boeing board of directors, replacing Caroline Kennedy who has resigned following three years of service.
Daily cash burn averaged $12 million for the three months to December, though this was down from $24 million per day in the September quarter.
Virgin Atlantic has completed “financing transactions” relating to two Boeing 787 aircraft in partnership with Griffin Global Asset Management and Bain Capital Credit.
The new route, launching on February 12th, will create new opportunities for travellers and further diversify the tourism sector in the capital of the United Arab Emirates.
Low-cost carrier Norwegian has outlined a simplified business structure and dedicated short haul route network as it plans a return from the Covid-19 shutdown.
Travellers arriving by plane, train or boat from Monday, including UK nationals, will have to take a test up to 72 hours before leaving the country they are in.
More than 16,000 customers have now joined the case ahead of a March deadline to sign up to the action, according to PGMBM, the lead solicitors in the group litigation case.