Jet Airways’ restart, after three years of grounding of the airline, is gathering steam as the airline’s new owners (to be) are working full steam towards the revival. AirInsight has earlier reported on the hiring of a leadership team for the airline....
[UPDATED 2] The industry shutdown has been a series of hard bumps. As airlines saw their bookings drop off a cliff, they cut back service on a day to day basis. Bookings were so abruptly cut, that airlines were caught doing U-turns. An example of how the confusion...
With the announcement that the Trump administration is looking at the possibility of extending the ban on laptop computers from certain Middle East airports to include Europe, most commentators have focused on the inconvenience, lost productivity, and potential...
Cyber-security has been in the news lately with the recent cyber attack on South Korea, thought to be the work of the North Koreans. This follows issues in the US pointing fingers at the Chinese PLA Unit 61398. Before these news items there was a lot of coverage...
IATA released an interesting PR this morning. Aviation security is a big issue that has, in a post 9/11 world, added high structural costs to commercial aviation that are very hard to recover. These costs are clearly a burden on air travelers as well as airlines....
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