U.S. Senators Criticize Airline Response To Refund Inquiries
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WASHINGTON—A pair of U.S. senators sharply rebuked the airline industry’s collective response to criticisms of refund policies during the COVID-19 pandemic, arguing that questions raised in a recent letter to seven airlines were not properly addressed.
Passengers transiting Europe’s airports over the summer holiday period could face chaos as the facilities struggle to cope with pandemic precautions, the European wing of Airport Council International (ACI Europe) has warned.
Wizz Air Sees Fiscal 2022 As Transitional, Warns Of Further Loss
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Wizz Air sees its current fiscal year as transitional—and one in which it expects to post another loss—after the airline reported a €576 million ($703 million) net loss for the fiscal year ended March 31.
Pfizer’s Aviation Department Cut Time To Vaccine Authorization
Pfizer Inc.’s corporate aviation department helped reduce the amount of time the company needed to gain emergency use authorization of its COVID-19 vaccine by about two weeks, according to its director.
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