Air Canada Joins Porter Airlines In Requiring Employee Vaccinations
Air Canada is joining fellow Canadian carrier Porter Airlines in mandating COVID-19 vaccines for its employees.
Bangkok Airways Falls Victim To Cyberattack
Bangkok Airways said its information system was the target of a cyberattack resulting in a leak of personal customer information. The boutique Thai…
China’s Big Three Still In Red, Despite Strong Domestic Recovery
Depressed international demand and competitive domestic travel choices are preventing China’s Big Three airline groups—Air China, China Eastern Airlines and China Southern Airlines—from returning to profitability in the first half of 2021. Results generally have improved by double digits for most indicators, thanks to y a strong domestic recovery.
Daily Memo: Why ESG Investing Could Be Good, Bad And Ugly For Aero
Will the growing wave of environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing be good or bad for publicly traded commercial aviation companies?
Airlines Moving Thousands Of Evacuees As Military Exits Afghanistan
Commercial carriers tapped to support the airlift out of Kabul, Afghanistan, were slated to operate 17 flights carrying 3,700 passengers to the U.S. on Aug. 30, U.S. Defense Department officials reported.
SriLankan Airlines Restores More Services To India
SriLankan Airlines is preparing to boost its network in the key Indian market to take advantage of a relaxation of entry restrictions by the Sri…
Airbus, Boeing Push Vision Of Integrated Airspace Management
Following a call to action from Airbus and Boeing, an advisory group under the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) is bringing together stakeholders to develop a global vision for future integrated air traffic management that meets the needs of all existing and emerging airspace users.
Virgin Australia Proposes Vaccine Mandate For Staff
Virgin Australia intends to join the list of airlines requiring workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19, although it will conduct employee consultations first.
Europe Tightens Restrictions On Travelers From U.S.
The European Council has recommended removing the U.S. from the EU’s “safe” list of countries, dealing a blow to airlines that were hoping for a…
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