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TSA records highest US travel day since the pandemic began

The surge in numbers comes as the nation continues to celebrate the Thanksgiving season which runs from Friday 19 to Sunday 28 November, and last week the Transport Security Administration (TSA) said it expected around 20 million passengers across the holiday.

Ryanair fears reduced bookings amid Austria lockdown

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary is concerned the next COVID-19 wave over Europe will severely impact bookings in the holiday season, after reporting passenger volumes were returning to 100 per cent of pre-pandemic numbers. It comes as Austria was plunged into a major lockdown on Monday, the fourth since the pandemic began, to curb the

‘We were writing history’: Airbus A340 lands in Antarctica for the first time

According to a press release this week, the wide-body aircraft travelled just over five hours from Cape Town in South Africa to the White Continent, landing on Wolf’s Fang Runway (WFR) on 2 November.

British Airways warns it may drop flights from Heathrow

At an airlines conference in Westminster this week, British Airways’ parent company, International Airlines Group chief executive Luis Gallego said the hike in prices would push them to “reconsidering” its airlines’ use of Heathrow.

Airbus secures 408 orders and commitments from Dubai air show

Airbus bags 269 firm aircraft orders at the Dubai Air Show as the planemaker seeks to ramp up production in the post-pandemic recovery.

New Canadian budget carrier Lynx Air to launch in 2022

While the airline will initially service domestic routes, there are plans to expand into the US and international destinations, with its fleet of 737 MAX jets.

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