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TTG Conversations: Five Questions with Chetan Kapoor, Safe Travel Barometer

Greater understanding of the Covid-19 virus has allowed more airlines to establish sensible safe travel standards today, through partnerships with healthcare specialists, immigration authorities...

Global airlines to continue burning cash through 2021: IATA

The airline industry is expected to remain cash negative throughout 2021, according to new analysis by the IATA, overriding a previous forecast that airlines...

Hong Kong Airlines grows flight resumption to Japan

On the heel of its service resumption to Tokyo in December, Hong Kong Airlines has this month returned to Osaka and added a Sunday...

Covid returns global air traffic to 1999 levels: Cirium

The fallout from the pandemic has wiped out 21 years of global airline passenger traffic growth in a matter of months, reducing traffic this...

Prioritising green recovery could accelerate aviation rebound

With rising concerns over climate change and increasing commitment from travel companies to become carbon neutral in the future, it is vital that airlines...

TTG Conversations: Five questions with Subhas Menon, Association of Asia-Pacific Airlines

Airlines are resuming some flights in the region but these are not enough to lift the beleaguered travel and tourism industry out of the...

Skyscanner’s Fare Families aims to boost airlines’ revenue

Skyscanner has launched a new service allowing airlines to showcase their fare options and extra ancillaries at the start of the user journey so...

Climbing out of turbulence

Krishnan Menon, Wunderman Thompson's chief client officer, Asia Pacific, shares how Covid-19 can present growth opportunities for the aviation sector, urging airlines to evolve business models, revamp their fleet, and adopt hybrid models to build towards a more resilient tomorrow.

CAPA rolls out new tool to project air capacity

Market intelligence provider CAPA – Centre for Aviation has launched a series of interactive data models designed to project future air capacity in key...

Airlines flying into US$84.3b loss in 2020: IATA

Airlines across the world are set to lose US$84.3 billion this year, with revenues halved to US$419 billion from 2019, the IATA forecasted. In 2021,...

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