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Singapore Airlines posts mixed results before bubble opening

The airline said there was “growing optimism” due to the increased pace of vaccines being rolled out but warned border restrictions caused by new waves of the virus are still having an effect.

UK traffic light system hit by mixed official advice

The confusion surrounds whether Britons are allowed to go on holiday to ‘amber list’ countries – which require home quarantine on return – or only visit them for essential purposes.

Don’t holiday in Spain, Brit Health secretary says

Budget European carriers were dealt a blow after British Health Secretary Matt Hancock said Brits should “certainly not” travel to countries such as Spain and Greece on holiday.

UK to spend US$2bn upgrading its Chinooks

The UK Ministry of Defence has approved a £1.4 billion ($2.5 billion) contract to modernise the Armed Force’s Chinook fleet over the next 10 years.

Microsoft Flight Simulator gets audio voice tours
General Aviation

The sound is AI-generated and has been created by the website Bushtalk Radio, covering locations from the Chrysler Building in New York City to the Galapagos Islands.

Airbus records €362 million first quarter profits

The strong result was driven by new orders for 39 new commercial aircraft orders and 40 helicopters, including two Super Puma Family rotorcraft and 1 H160.

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