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Etihad hopes to return to half pre-Covid-19 capacity by August

Etihad hopes to return to half pre-Covid-19 capacity by August

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Etihad Airways is gradually resuming services to more destinations across its global network. This follows the easing of travel restrictions by United Arab Emirates regulatory authorities on outbound and inbound travel for citizens and residents.

Ryanair to offer 500 routes from UK this summer

Ryanair to offer 500 routes from UK this summer

A Manchester to Faro service marked the first of post-lockdown flight out of the UK by the low-cost carrier on June 21st, and following the easing of travel restrictions by government, British holidaymakers can now visit Spain, Italy or Greece.

Oetker Collection launches Sparfell Aviation partnership

Oetker Collection launches Sparfell Aviation partnership

Oetker Collection has launched a unique partnership with Sparfell Aviation Group, to offer private chartered flights to all of its properties around the globe. Both Oetker Collection and Sparfell are committed to ensuring the highest level of guest safety and comfort.

Skyscanner launches Fare Families functionality

Skyscanner launches Fare Families functionality

Skyscanner has launched a new service allowing airlines to showcase their fare options and extra ancillaries at the beginning of the user journey. Travellers are presented with more information upfront so they can make informed and value-based booking decisions.

American Airlines arrives at Heathrow Terminal 5

American Airlines arrives at Heathrow Terminal 5

American Airlines will begin provisionally operating all flights from London Heathrow Terminal 5, the home of its Atlantic joint business partner and fellow oneworld member, British Airways, from tomorrow.

Gulf Air to return to United Arab Emirates next week

Gulf Air to return to United Arab Emirates next week

Gulf Air will resume its direct Abu Dhabi and Dubai flights, with scheduled operations starting from July 5th. The national carrier of the kingdom of Bahrain has been operating direct flights between the country and the United Arab Emirates since 1954.

Ryanair pilots agree pay cut to minimise job losses

Ryanair pilots agree pay cut to minimise job losses

Ryanair has welcomed a decision by pilots’ union Balpa to accept a four year pay deal for its members in the UK. The contract will see UK-based pilots of the low-cost carrier take a 20 per cent pay cut, to be resorted over period.

Wizz Air touches down in Abu Dhabi for first time

Wizz Air touches down in Abu Dhabi for first time

Wizz Air has celebrated the arrival of its first scheduled flight to Abu Dhabi International Airport. The flight from Budapest landed in the capital of the United Arab Emirates, to be followed shortly by a new route from Bucharest.