Lufthansa has expanded its summer schedule for next year, with 15 new European destinations, including Greece and Spain available to book.
Gatwick has become the first airport in the UK to treat its security trays with enough UV light energy to guarantee a 99.9 per cent microbe disinfection rate.
Norwegian has launched a new sustainability strategy that will see it seek to cut CO2 emissions by 45 per cent by 2030. The carrier said goals were in line with the Paris Agreement.
Dart Group has changed its name to Jet2 plc. Shares in the company, which owns leisure airline and holiday provider Jet2.com, are now trading under the JET2 ticker.
An increasing reliance on e-commerce during the pandemic, coupled with a reduction in passenger flights, has driven significant growth in air cargo at the Manchester Airports Group.
Eurowings has said it will replace about 95 per cent of the program offered by the departing Ryanair at Düsseldorf Airport from next month.
The carrier will operate four weekly flights to Accra from September 29th. The city thus becomes the fourth new destination launched by the airline since the start of the pandemic.
Lahore is known for its rich culture and will be the second city in Pakistan that British Airways will operate to, following the relaunch of services to Islamabad.
Airlines operating in the UK have not faced a single fine for breaking consumer law on refunds, delays or cancellations since 2003, consumer organisation Which? has revealed.
Delta has said it will borrow $6.5 billion in fresh liquidity. The airline plans to sell senior secured notes and enter into a new term loan, both backed by its loyalty program.
The European Commission has announced it will extend a waiver of the 80:20 ‘use it or lose it’ slot allocation rule until March next year.
Pegasus has continued to expand its international network with the launch of a new Karachi route. Flights to the capital city of the Sindh province in Pakistan will commence on September 25th.