African airports can affordably overcome “critical airport worker and capacity shortfalls” by rapidly adopting “trusted, secure cloud-based solutions,” says air transport industry IT and communications systems provider SITA. Citing the recent experiences in the UK...
China’s Loong Air is the first airline that has signed up for a new flight training concept that has recently been adopted by Airbus. The so-called Evidence-Based Training (EBT) improves the pilot’s competencies in dealing with unexpected situations. Iberia has...
From April 19, 2022 airlines on APG Interline Electronic Ticketing Agreements (IET) GP code 275 will start issuing tickets in US Dollars and not in Nigerian currency (Naira). This new policy according to the group is a result of the difficulty in repatriating...
The Latin American airline industry has had the fastest recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic worldwide. According to data released by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the region has recovered around 75% of its RPK compared to 2019 levels (the world...
Commercial aviation has become safer again in 2021, with fewer accidents and fatalities. A total of 121 occupants died in air accidents last year compared to 132 in 2020, IATA said on March 2. The numbers have to be seen in perspective, as especially 2020 was a year...
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