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Skyscanner lists travel trends for Labor Day Weekend 2020

Skyscanner has announced the release of data illustrating the most recent US traveler trends for Americans looking for a vacation, the company said. Ten percent of all searches made for travel from the … Continue reading “Skyscanner lists travel trends for Labor Day Weekend 2020”


Delta, American Airlines drop change-flight ticket fee

Associated Press has reported Delta and American Airlines have joined United in dropping USD 200 change-flight ticket fee, the news source said. The moves come as airlines try desperately to lure people back … Continue reading “Delta, American Airlines drop change-flight ticket fee”


Regional Express reports USD 0 net loss in 2020

Aviation group Regional Express (Rex) has reported a zero net loss in revenue in financial year 2020, thanks to USD 62m in government handouts, the company said. Rex, an ASX-listed carrier revealed that … Continue reading “Regional Express reports USD 0 net loss in 2020”


Ethiopian Airlines to resume flight service to Namibia

Ethopian Airlines has announced that as Namibia reopens its borders, the airline plans to resume flights to Namibia, as part of the Tourism Revival Initiative, the company said. Namibia announced last week it … Continue reading “Ethiopian Airlines to resume flight service to Namibia”


Spirit Airlines pledges USD 250,000 in airline travel to organizations supporting social justice

Spirit Airlines (NYSE: SAVE) has announced it is committing USD 250,000 in airline travel to support non organizations that advocate for social justice and civil rights, the company said. The donation builds on … Continue reading “Spirit Airlines pledges USD 250,000 in airline travel to organizations supporting social justice”


FAA proposes USD 1.56m civil penalty against Chicago Department of Aviation for failure to ensure safe operations

US Department of Transportation´s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has announced it has proposed a USD 1,567,968 civil penalty against the Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) for its alleged failure to ensure safe airline … Continue reading “FAA proposes USD 1.56m civil penalty against Chicago Department of Aviation for failure to ensure safe operations”


FAA awards USD 7.5m in 19 UAS research grants to universities

US Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao has announced the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is awarding USD 7.5 million in research, education, and training grants to universities that make up the agency´s Air Transportation … Continue reading “FAA awards USD 7.5m in 19 UAS research grants to universities”


British Airways launches annual September sale

British Airways has announced the launch of its annual flight and holiday September sale with deals to over 150 destinations across its global network, the company said. With travel dates in 2021 available, … Continue reading “British Airways launches annual September sale”


Schiphol Airport offers UV-C light to passengers to disinfect personal belongings

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol has announced three sanitizing service locations, where passengers may disinfect their personal belongings such as their phone, passport and keys using UV-C light, the company said. The Sanitising Service consists … Continue reading “Schiphol Airport offers UV-C light to passengers to disinfect personal belongings”


Deutsche Lufthansa adds 2 members to supervisory board

Deutsche Lufthansa AG has announced the addition of two representatives from German´s federal government to the airline´s supervisory board, the company said. Following the implementation of the agreement between the Economic Stabilization Fund … Continue reading “Deutsche Lufthansa adds 2 members to supervisory board”


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