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'Bad math': Airlines' Covid safety analysis challenged by expert

'Bad math': Airlines' Covid safety analysis challenged by expert

A campaign by coronavirus-stricken aviation giants to persuade the world it's safe to fly has been questioned by one of the scientists whose research it draws upon.

Unimaginably difficult time for aviation; rebuilding passenger confidence a must

Unimaginably difficult time for aviation; rebuilding passenger confidence a must

As the world is fighting to get out of the grips of the Covid-19 pandemic, the aviation industry goes through an unimaginably difficult time, seeing demand destruction, burning through cash and struggling to stay afloat.

Airlines call for Covid-19 tests before all international flights

Airlines call for Covid-19 tests before all international flights

Global airlines called on Tuesday for airport Covid-19 tests for all departing international passengers to replace the quarantines they blame for exacerbating the travel slump.

Summer disappointing for airlines, what next?

Summer disappointing for airlines, what next?

The coronavirus pandemic has decimated air travel globally. Airlines worldwide have been largely grounded since mid-March.

Airlines implement mandatory mask policies for passengers, crew onboard

Airlines implement mandatory mask policies for passengers, crew onboard

If there’s one certainty amid all of the uncertainty…it’s this — we all need up mask up.

Fraudsters target airlines under cover of pandemic

Fraudsters target airlines under cover of pandemic

Fraudsters seem to have taken advantage of the Covid-19 pandemic to increase the pace of their nefarious activities, targeting even the airline industry.

Airlines ‘culling’ aging jetliners: The end of an era for ‘Big Birds’?

Airlines ‘culling’ aging jetliners: The end of an era for ‘Big Birds’?

The Covid-19 pandemic has plunged the global airline industry into its deepest peace-time crisis ever.

Testing: Key to airlines Covid-19 strategy

Testing: Key to airlines Covid-19 strategy

Major airlines have asked for a joint coronavirus testing programme, so that travel may resume between the US and Europe, home to some of the world’s most prominent and profitable air routes ...

Smart technology will be fundamental for airlines to safely return to the skies

Smart technology will be fundamental for airlines to safely return to the skies

Technology provider for the air transport industry SITA has shed new light on how technology is helping airports and airlines safely resume operations and help implement new hygiene measures ...

US airlines threaten to ban passengers who refuse to wear masks

US airlines threaten to ban passengers who refuse to wear masks

US airline passengers who refuse to wear face coverings during the novel coronavirus pandemic could have their flying privileges revoked under tougher enforcement policies ...

Airlines set for ‘worst year’ on record; long road ahead for recovery

Airlines set for ‘worst year’ on record; long road ahead for recovery

Financially, 2020 will go down as the “worst” year in the history of commercial aviation as it faces the gravest peacetime crisis following the Covid-19 outbreak.

Airlines’ bailout kicks up a row in Continental Europe

Airlines’ bailout kicks up a row in Continental Europe

The highly competitive European aviation market is now witnessing a peculiar type of competition as government-backed aid is now targeted at some specific airlines ...