That the pandemic did a number on the US travel industry is not in question. The US travel industry has been hit before on 9/11. But nothing like the Covid pandemic had this long an impact. Take a look at the chart. An odd relationship in 2019 seems to have broken...
Cathay Pacific will take most of this year to build back capacity to seventy percent of pre-Covid levels by the end of 2023 and return to pre-pandemic levels in 2024. It will do this through a “measured and responsible approach” as it, like many competitors, is...
Singapore Airlines is well on track to post its first full-year profit since FY2018/2019, having ended the third quarter and nine-month period until December on a high. The airline is recovering quickly from the effects of the Covid crisis, now that key markets in...
South Africa-based regional carrier Airlink is set to resume services to Madagascar. In a statement from Johannesburg today, Airlink said it would “restart scheduled services between South Africa and Madagascar from 30 January 2023.” This follows the lifting of a ban...
UPDATE Jan 5 – IATA is “extremely disappointed” that individual countries have introduced Covid tests for passengers arriving from China. The airline’s lobby group Director General, Willie Walsh, says this is a “knee-jerk reinstatement of measures that have...
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