EDITORIAL: Who Should Pay For Aviation Greenness?

By Karen Walker Sep 20, 2021
New initiatives by a small number of pioneering airlines are seeking to get passengers actively involved in directly helping pay for the use of…
Safety, Ops & Regulation

ATW 2021 Airport Of The Year: Incheon International

Sep 15, 2021
Design, technology and customer experience combine for a first-rate travel experience from the moment people arrive at Seoul Incheon International,…
Airports & Routes

ATW 2021 Excellence In Leadership: Alexandre De Juniac

Sep 15, 2021
When Alexandre de Juniac became the seventh IATA director general & CEO in 2016, he did so with a promise to focus on sustainability, leading the…
Airlines & Lessors

ATW 2021 Cargo Operator Of The Year: Qatar Airways Cargo

Sep 15, 2021
Cargo saw renewed prominence in 2020, with many airlines focusing on that business as the need for critical supplies surged. Few switched as fast or…
Airlines & Lessors

ATW 2021 Value Airline Of The Year: Viva Aerobus

Sep 15, 2021
Fast-growing Viva Aerobus has become the second-largest Mexican operator in the Mexico-US transborder market. This agile airline is owned by a…
Airlines & Lessors

ATW 2021 Eco-Airline Of The Year: United Airlines

Sep 15, 2021
Environmental awareness has never been greater. The pressure is on airlines like never before to meet and increase their commitments to reduce…
Airlines & Lessors

ATW 2021 Airline Market Leader: JetBlue

Sep 15, 2021
New York-based JetBlue continues to be one of the world’s most innovative and trend-setting airlines. Through the past 18 months, JetBlue has…
Aircraft & Propulsion

Ryanair’s Wilson plans for growth

By Kurt Hofmann Sep 15, 2021
Ryanair is thinking big.
Airlines & Lessors

Sustainability Report: Hybrid-Electric Regional Aircraft Tests Ramp Up

By Graham Warwick Sep 15, 2021
The UK has become a focus for efforts to revitalize short-haul regional air transport by tapping into the cost and emissions reductions promised by…

BA’s New SAF Deal Lets Passengers Contribute Directly For Greener Fuel

By Victoria Moores Sep 15, 2021
British Airways (BA) has arranged a deal with Air BP to purchase its sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) on a basis that assumes some corporate customers…

Sustainability Report: European Airports Take Action

By Linda Blachly Sep 13, 2021
European airports are taking different approaches to meeting ever-more stringent sustainability targets, and some are already well on the way. In…
Airports & Routes

EDITORIAL: Will passengers pay for aviation sustainability?

By Victoria Moores Sep 10, 2021
British Airways (BA) passengers can now volunteer to pay extra for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), but how many will be willing to pay more for their flights?
Air Transport

A Call For Smarter Thinking On Airline Bag And Food Services

By Linda Blachly Sep 10, 2021
Digitalization drives a rethink on baggage and onboard food services.
Interiors & Connectivity

BA Launches New Sustainability Initiative

By Victoria Moores Sep 09, 2021
BA head of sustainability Carrie Harris briefs ATW on BA’s Better World initiative, in front of special-liveried A320neo.
Airlines & Lessors

BA culls plastic from its onboard amenities

By Victoria Moores Sep 08, 2021
BA is reviewing the items that it gives passengers onboard, cutting plastics wherever possible, as part of its sustainability push under the BA Better World initiative.
Airlines & Lessors

Gulf Region Is Latest To See Fast Growth In LCCs

By Alan Dron Sep 08, 2021
Low-cost carriers are pursuing big growth ambitions in the Gulf.
Airlines & Lessors

Interview: Eurowings Discover CEO Wolfgang Raebiger

By Kurt Hofmann Sep 03, 2021
Germany-based Eurowings Discover launches its first scheduled flights on July 24 from Frankfurt to Mombasa and Zanzibar. The Lufthansa Group-owned…
Airlines & Lessors

Aircraft mods are in demand again, but airline priorities have changed

By Henry Canaday Sep 01, 2021
Aircraft modifications focus on leisure, pleasure, hygiene and emissions.
Interiors & Connectivity

How The Regional Airline Market Is Being Reshaped

By Victoria Moores Aug 30, 2021
Regional carriers play a key role in rebuilding major airline networks.

EDITORIAL: Africa needs to level up or it will lose out

By Victoria Moores Aug 24, 2021
There is no doubt of Africa’s potential as an air transport market, but while governments continue to block funds and procrastinate on liberalization, they also block their own economic growth.
Air Transport

EDITORIAL: Behaving badly on an airplane becomes a very American problem

By Karen Walker Aug 19, 2021
FAA announced Thursday a raft of fines against passengers who have disrupted US flights this year, sometimes violently.
Air Transport


By Kurt Hofmann Aug 19, 2021
SWISS has been the moneymaker in the Lufthansa Group over the last several years. Dieter Vranckx was appointed CEO in January and is overseeing the…
Airlines & Lessors

CAPA Perspective: Report Highlights Airport M&A Opportunities

Aug 19, 2021
Why some airports could be seen as good investment prospects.
Airports & Routes

Face Recognition Technology Is Speeding Up The Check-In Process

By Linda Blachly Aug 19, 2021
The use of biometrics in airports is widening.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

ANALYSIS: Global alliances are united in safe pandemic travel message

By Karen Walker Aug 17, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has created a new united front: a call for everyone to work together in a common quest for a global set of travel and health standards so that international borders can reopen.
Airlines & Lessors