New study finds that 81 per cent of capital markets investors expect to see more regional carriers receiving government bailouts. Fifty seven per cent predict the sector will be targeted by private equity as a recovery play.
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London City Airport has announced that 12 local charitable organisations in East London have been successful in securing grants from the airport’s Community Fund.
With the new hangar, easyJet will ensure smooth maintenance and servicing operations, including unscheduled work, for its European fleet, improving operational efficiency and saving maintenance costs in the long term.
IATA says it supports COVID-19 testing as a pathway to reopen borders to international travel. But their support is not unconditional. In addition to being reliable, testing needs to be easily accessible, affordable, and appropriate to the risk level.
The goal of the innovate profit-sharing agreement is to unleash growth potential, even more pertinent in this time of uncertainty post-COVID.
The 10-year partnership will create an “Airport in a Box” platform, which transforms technology, operations and customer experience.
Passengers strongly support mask wearing onboard (83 per cent) and strict enforcement of mask rules (86 per cent).
Following a decline in passenger numbers due to COVID-19, the airport welcomed 389,321 PAX in June - the highest monthly figure recorded this year.
The foundation hopes to inspire more organisations and individuals to follow suit and turn the tide on marine waste.
With today marked as "Freedom Day" in England with the ending of all lockdown restrictions, the Irish Aviation Authority has welcomed it as a sign of hope.
The growth of cargo volume was mainly attributed to double-digit growth in both trans-shipments and imports compared to the same month last year.
With passenger numbers expected to be 47.3 per cent down by the end of 2021 compared to 2019, ACI World has predicted that global traffic may take up to two decades to return to previously projected levels.
Findings from an IATA survey have outlined that safety, operations and security will be the main areas where training will be required post-pandemic, once the workforce begins to return to the industry.
Findings of the Queen Alia Airport study emphasised the significance of the airport in facilitating economic growth, generating employment and boosting government revenue.