Kenya Airways is spooling up to introduce East Africa’s first electric urban air taxis around the 2026-28 timeframe, as the company moves to tap into commercial opportunities offered by new aircraft technologies. The move also forms part of the carrier’s strategy to...
Despite numerous uncertainties in the market, TAP Portugal is cautiously optimistic that positive demand for travel combined with the fruits of restructuring will steer the airline in the right direction again. TAP has started implementing the plan that was announced...
TAP Portugal can continue its restructuring plans now that the European Commission has approved €2.55 billion in state aid the carrier from the Portuguese government. The Commission also ruled positively over a combined €178.5 million in Covid-aid. Brussels approves...
A near one-hour free-flowing conversation with Azul’s CEO John Rodgerson and founder David Neeleman. Covering AZUL, the South American region, TAP collaboration, code sharing with JetBlue and United as well as what might MOXY do – and then another...
On November 29th Portuguese flag carrier TAP retired its last Fokker 100. When flight TP1937 from Porto, operated by “Albatroz” (CS-TPA), touched down at Lisbon Portela airport, it brought a quarter of a century of Fokker 100 service in Portugal to an end....
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