UPDATE – Ahead of Monday’s meeting of the European Transport ministers in Brussels, lobby organization Airlines 4 Europe (A4E) and IATA are pushing member states to make clear decisions on the industry’s sustainability and environmental targets. This includes...
The closure of US airspace to Russian aircraft that becomes effective at the end of today, March 2, is a delayed response to the same decision taken by the European Union and Canada on Sunday. “The United States stands with our allies and partners across the world in...
Following the ban of all Russian commercial and business aircraft by the European Union, the UK, and Canada on February 27, Russia has responded by banning airlines from 36 countries from using its airspace for the next three months but not the US, Moscow has...
The European Union has launched a new program to develop new and disruptive technologies for commercial aircraft programs that could enter service around 2035. Called Clean Aviation, the program was officially launched on December 1 and builds on the success of Clean...
UPDATE – A growing number of countries have imposed travel bans or restrictions from flights to South Africa and other countries in the region, following the warning of a new mutation of the Covid-19 virus in South Africa. The US has imposed travel bans on eight...
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