From pigs to shipping masks, hazmat suits, medical equipment, and even street-disinfecting vehicles, COVID-19 has radically reshaped the nature of cargo.
The move – which will see Berlin acquire a 20 per cent stake in the airline – received overwhelming support from the meeting, with 98.04% in support.
Mexican flag carrier Aeroméxico has assured shareholders that it has no plans to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, following reports in local media which suggest the airline is tossing up the move.
Beijing Capital and Daxing airports cancelled 1,200 flights on Wednesday, as the government sealed off the city amid a spike in COVID-19 infections.
EasyJet boss Johan Lundgren has rejected calls for middle seats to remain empty, after the airline recommenced services on 15 June.
Stephen Kuper discusses the significance of the US planning an APAC F-35 hub, and what this means for US-China relations.
University of Arizona professors Kacey Ernst and Paloma Beamer talk through what to consider if you want to fly while minimising risk.
The Airbus A350-900 was carrying 91 passengers from Doha to the Greek capital on 1 June, when routine health checks upon revealed the passengers were ill.
‘Air bridges’ between the UK and low-risk European nations are likely to be introduced by the end of the month, according…
A Eurowings flight from Dusseldorf to Sardinia, carrying just two passengers, was forced to return home mid-air because its destination airport was closed due to a coronavirus lockdown.
The company says that it has shed nearly 95 per cent of its service over the course of the COVID-19 crisis, and has been left flying to less than half of previous destinations.
Grounded jets presents a new challenge for airline operators around the world as they work hard to maintain their assets until they can be revived.
Amidst a host of firsts for the aviation industry, the COVID-19 outbreak has seen Etihad Airways operate the first direct…
British transport secretary Grant Shapps has indicated that countries with low Covid-19 infection rates may be exempted from quarantine measures set to go into effect in the UK over the coming weeks.
Current discussions between the UK and various European countries could see Britons spending their summer in Spain, Portugal or Italy with no quarantine.
British politicians from both sides of the aisle have criticised the Johnson government’s newly-minted quarantine measures, introduced in late May.
The International Air Transport Association says that there are still large gaps in the financial aid needed to help airlines to survive.
The scheme, the first of its kind in the UK, will see supplies flown 12 miles over “challenging terrain”, which will reduce delivery times from six hour to just 15 minutes.
Since the country’s Ministry for Foreign Affairs closed borders to all non-essential travel on 19 March, Finnair has had to scale back its operations to 5 per cent of regular carrying capacity.