The Board of Airline Representatives of Australia (BARA) told The Australian newspaper the government’s decision to reduce the number of overseas arrivals allowed entry to the country means up to a third of all international flights to Sydney would have no...
Australia has been struggling to get airborne again. The pandemic hit hard and the reaction was (like many places) overdone. Australia and New Zealand created one of the first travel bubbles. That too has been a struggle. Qantas recently pushed back its plans for...
The COVID-19 pandemic has devastated global aviation. The fallout is being severely felt across the African continent. Even before the pandemic, only 9% of the continent’s air traffic was intra-African. It’s common to hear stories that the fastest, easiest, and...
Conversations with several industry thinkers point to a post-pandemic airline industry fleet deployment that is likely to focus on flexibility. Gone is the “horses-for-courses” thinking. If all you have is a hammer, everything is a nail. US airlines...
In the US we have seen that airline consolidation has generated a much more robust and profitable industry – which is great for employees, stockholders, and management. But less good has come the way of the paying traveler. The first thing travelers are likely...
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