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NEWS Apr 01, 2024 South American Tourism and the Impact of COVID-19 South America's booming tourism industry seemed to evaporate during the pandemic. Although some companies are still struggling, recent evaluations of the region suggest that they are on the way back up. Read More →
NEWS Feb 07, 2024 EU General Court Declares Netherlands' €3.4 Billion Aid to Air France-KLM Illegal The General Court of the European Union has ruled that the Dutch government's multi-billion dollar aid to KLM in 2020 was illegal. European low-cost giant Ryanair has praised the ruling, calling for the Court to recover the illegal aid. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Nov 22, 2023 What Does Strong Travel Demand Mean for the Future of Aviation? The strong demand for international travel witnessed during the summer of 2023 has laid the groundwork for a transformative era in the aviation industry. From embracing technological innovations and prioritizing sustainability to fostering flexibility and adapting to changing circumstances, airlines are navigating a dynamic landscape. The skies, once again, beckon with possibilities, heralding a new chapter for global travel. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Aug 22, 2023 Are Airline Ticket Prices Set to Rise Indefinitely? Airline ticket prices have hit record highs in recent times, but the time are changing. While lower prices aren't guaranteed passengers should take comfort in the fact that prices are trending lower and that trend is expected to continue. This article explains why. Read More →
NEWS Aug 13, 2023 Cathay Pacific Orders 32 More Airbus A321neo Aircraft Hong Kong's flag carrier Cathay Pacific has announced its intention to add up to 32 Airbus A321neo and A320neo aircraft to its fleet over the next six years. The airline is expanding and modernizing its fleet as part of its plans to turn Hong Kong into an international aviation hub. Read More →
ROUTES Jun 22, 2023 China Adds More International Routes as Part of Post-Pandemic Recovery China has begun reopening its airports since the pandemic. Many airlines within the country have reported improvements in route popularity, especially due to the increase of travel in the summer. Read More →
NEWS May 02, 2023 US-China Flights Still Down as Post-COVID Recovery Delayed U.S.-China flights still down 94% as post-COVID recovery delayed. Travels bound for Asia bounces back for American carriers, but not Chinese-bound travels Read More →
NEWS May 01, 2023 China's Largest Airlines Record Smaller Losses in Q1 as Travel Demand Returns China's largest airlines saw their losses decline in the first quarter as travel demand returns. Air China, China Eastern, and China Southern are showing a recovery in domestic and international travel. Read More →
NEWS Apr 02, 2023 China's Largest Airlines Report Record Losses in 2022 Amid COVID-19 Lockdowns China's largest airlines saw record losses in 2022 as part of the COVID-Zero policy. However, recent data suggests that China's aviation industry will have a better year in 2023, which will impact global air travel. Read More →
NEWS Dec 28, 2022 American Carriers Consider Returning to China On Monday, December 26, 2022, China's National Health Commission said that it will drop the quarantine requirement for travelers entering China, effective January 8. The end of the policy comes as China is slowly loosening up its policies towards COVID-19 after nearly three years of being almost completely shut to foreign travelers. Read More →