Opinion

Apr 09, 2021
“You can maybe fly internationally from May 17. We’ll tell you where in early May. And it might be very expensive.” This paraphrases the latest message from the UK government to airlines and passengers.
Mar 16, 2021
A year ago, the aviation industry took a deep breath and went into survival mode. A year on, many are still waiting to come up for air.
Mar 11, 2021
Consolidation has been a much-debated topic through the pandemic crisis, but one that has focused on which airlines might fail or merge.
Mar 01, 2021
Ahead of the UK’s new immigration rules that came into effect in February, mandating multiple COVID-19 tests and mandatory quarantines in government-approved hotels for some international arriving passengers, this headline caught the eye: “You have to be desperate and wealthy to fly from Monday.”
Feb 25, 2021
This year is shaping up to be at least as tough for airlines and airports as the last. In some ways, it’s more challenging.
Feb 25, 2021
Parked aircraft; the role of masks; onboard safety; clairvoyance; industry resilience
Feb 09, 2021
The latest UK travel rules will add unwanted cost and complexity for airlines, airports and passengers, but will they actually prevent new coronavirus variants from entering the country?
Jan 27, 2021
Despite months of airline industry campaigning for governments to lift borders, eliminate quarantines and enable international air travel to begin restoring to at least some level of normalcy, the opposite is happening.