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Podcast: Virgin – broke or breaking ground?
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Virgin Galactic is in the headlines this week for unveiling concept plans for an extraordinary new supersonic jet, despite Virgin Atlantic only recently filing for bankruptcy protection. In the age of COVID-19 in which most airlines are barely surviving, is it possible to consider a future for supersonic travel? Adam Thorn and Christian “Boo” Boucousis

Podcast: Will Emirates’ COVID-19 cover convince people to fly again?
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Emirates is offering to cover customers’ coronavirus related health expenses and quarantine costs in its latest bid to get people on planes, but will this move actually incentivise travel? In this episode of World of Aviation, Adam Thorn and Christian “Boo” Boucousis reflect on the inconsistencies across the industry in the current state of the

Podcast: Should airlines lie low while borders open then close?
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Airlines around the world are tackling the tricky challenge of saving costs by hibernating, while also maintaining a workforce that’s viable on the other side of this crisis. In this episode of the World of Aviation Podcast, hear about the carnage over airbridges in the EU, from the UK’s closure to Spain and Ireland’s fundamentally

Podcast: Virgin Atlantic rises from the ashes
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In this week’s World of Aviation Podcast, hosts Adam Thorn and Christian “Boo” Boucousis recap Virgin Atlantic’s miraculous revival with a big helping hand from Sir Richard Branson, as well as the very slow resuscitation of the 737 MAX. Tune in to this episode to hear Adam and Boo reflect on the ongoing rivalry between

Podcast: Just why are airlines adding international flights?
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With border closures changing by the minute, the team discuss whether airlines were preemptive in committing to getting planes back in the sky?

Podcast: What went wrong with the 737 MAX?
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In this episode of World of Aviation, hosts Adam Thorn and Christian “Boo” Boucousis examine who is truly responsible for the twin disasters.

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