Routes magazine, a sister publication of Aviation Daily, speaks to Alan Borg, CEO of Malta International Airport, about the prospects for demand now that COVID-19 travel restrictions are starting to be lifted in Europe. Borg explains how getting precautionary health measures in place will be key to bringing tourists back to the island, even though it has
You don’t hear the word “NextGen” mentioned much these days, but some of the new systems the FAA is developing or evaluating to track aircraft as well as space vehicles qualify as next-generation capabilities.
Wizz Air is continuing to expand its European network despite its own CEO saying the next six to 12 months will be very challenging for the industry and the LCC itself losing tens of millions of euros every month.
United Airlines does not know what the passenger-demand recovery will look like coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the carrier is taking solace in trends indicating a depressed international market will continue to stimulate cargo-only flying, which the carrier can provide.
As the airline industry reshapes itself in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic, carriers will need less-restrictive fare options to help convince passengers that they can buy and have some recourse if they cannot fly because of illnesses, JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes said.
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