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United Airlines staff file lawsuit over denied vaccine exemptions

Six employees have filed a lawsuit against United Airlines for denying vaccination exemptions over medical and religious beliefs. The staff filed the class action lawsuit to the US District Court for the Northern District of Texas-Fort Worth Division on Tuesday. The Chicago-based carrier allegedly placed the employees on unpaid leave and now the plaintiffs have

US opens borders to double-jabbed UK, EU and other non-citizens

Airlines have welcomed the White House’s decision to open up international borders to fully vaccinated foreign travelers.

American Airlines invests US$100m into Bill Gates’ SAF program

The program is set to accelerate “climate-smart” technologies to achieve the United States goal of zero-emissions by 2050.

Lufthansa to begin paying back €9bn state aid

The Frankfurt-based airline is launching a USD $2.51 billion capital increase underwritten by 14 banks who will assist the company to pay back what it drew from Germany’s Economic Stabilisation Fund (ESF).

Ryanair raises passenger forecast amid CEOs confidence in fleet size

Ryanair has raised its five-year growth targets as it remains confident in its fleet to carry the airline through the COVID-19 recovery, despite dropping major aircraft deals. The Irish carrier held its annual general meeting on Thursday and its shareholders approved its growth forecast to be raised from 33 per cent to 50 per cent.

Archer Aviation to go public before air-taxi launch

Air-taxi development frontrunner Archer Aviation will move ahead on a merger with acquisition company Atlas Crest, ahead of its planned float on the New York Stock Exchange. Atlas Crest is a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), a company established for the purpose of bringing new start-ups public. At a “special meeting” held on 14 September,

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