Hangzhou Airport To Expand Cargo Capacity

By Bradley Perrett Jul 06, 2020
Expansion of international freight facilities at Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport (HGH) in eastern China will begin this year, following approval from provincial authorities.
Airports & Routes

Taiwan Arranges ‘Fake Flights’ To Rehearse New COVID-Era Protocols

By Chen Chuanren Jul 06, 2020
On July 2, 60 passengers representing different demographics arrived at Taipei Songshan International Airport (TSA) for a flight that never departed.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Airlines Stricken By COVID-19 Cheer Corsia Change

By Helen Massy-Beresford Jul 03, 2020
The air transport industry welcomed a change in calculating emissions offsets; environmental campaigners are not convinced.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Hawaiian Resumes Mainland Flying As State Makes Unveils Quarantine Exemption

By Lori Ranson Jul 02, 2020
Hawaiian Airlines is reinstating service on several routes to the U.S. mainland now that Hawaii is lifting its 14-day quarantine requirement for out-of-state travelers, providing they have already tested negative for COVID-19 prior to traveling. 
Airports & Routes

Familiar Risks Evident In Pakistan A320 Accident Sequence

By Sean Broderick Jul 02, 2020
Unstable approach set up fatal accident as pilots did not act on multiple cues.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

United Adds Close To 25,000 Flights In August As Demand Grows

By Ben Goldstein Jul 02, 2020
United Airlines will add close to 25,000 flights in August, as it cautiously restores capacity in response to steadily increasing domestic travel demand.
Airlines & Lessors

Lufthansa to offer COVID testing at Frankfurt, Munich

By Victoria Moores Jul 01, 2020
Lufthansa has teamed up with two medical companies to offer COVID-19 testing at its Frankfurt and Munich hubs, which may avoid 14-day quarantine…
Air Transport

EasyJet Plans 700 Pilot Layoffs, Base Closures

By Alan Dron Jul 01, 2020
LONDON—UK ULCC easyJet plans to make more than 700 pilots redundant and close three of its British bases as it downsizes in the face of the novel coronavirus crisis.
Airlines & Lessors

What Can Be Done About Passenger Safety At Boarding Areas?

By Karen Walker Jul 01, 2020
Ask the Editors: Airports are revamping their check-in process to create a safer, contactless environment for travelers.
Airports & Routes

Hong Kong Airport To Penalize Airlines For Mishandling Transfers

By Chen Chuanren Jul 01, 2020
Following cases of transit passengers being stranded at Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) as a result of mishandling by airlines, Airport Authority Hong Kong (AA) has introduced a series of penalties imposed on airlines should such cases occur again.
Airports & Routes

How The Aviation Industry Can Deal With The ‘Data Link Dilemma’

By Bill Carey Jul 01, 2020
Collins Aerospace describes initiatives to safeguard aviation’s VHF-routed data link communications.
Connected Aerospace

Lufthansa Sees Demand Comeback, Will Return 200 Aircraft To Service

By Jens Flottau Jun 29, 2020
Lufthansa Group said June 29 that it is seeing increased demand for short-term and long-term bookings and has therefore taken the decision to return another 200 aircraft to service between now and the end of October.
Airports & Routes

Pandemic Recovery Favors U.S. ULCCs Over Network Carriers

By Ben Goldstein Jun 29, 2020
Early indicators show American ULCCs outperforming larger competitors.
Airlines & Lessors

Hong Kong Airport Profits Down 30% In Tumultuous Year

By Chen Chuanren Jun 26, 2020
Hit by anti-government protests in June 2019 and COVID-19 disruptions, the Hong Kong Airport Authority (HKAA) saw net profits for Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) fall to HK$5.8 billion ($756 million), a 30% year-on-year decline for fiscal 2019, which ended March 31.
Airports & Routes

Interview: Canada’s Swoop Maps Out Its Post-COVID Future

By David Casey Jun 25, 2020
On the second anniversary of Swoop’s inaugural flight, the Canadian ULCC’s head of commercial Bert van der Stege discusses the airline’s response to…
Airlines & Lessors

Opinion: Airline Industry Response To COVID-19 Is Inadequate

By Jens Flottau Jun 24, 2020
Early evidence suggests many passengers are not disciplined in following new rules and airlines are not enforcing guidelines enough.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Government Priorities Are China Eastern Priorities

By Bradley Perrett Jun 24, 2020
The big state carrier has announced creation of two airlines this year. Both attend to Beijing’s needs.
Airlines & Lessors

Hong Kong Airport Authority Secures $4.5B Loan From 21 Banks

By Chen Chuanren Jun 23, 2020
The Hong Kong Airport Authority (HKAA) has signed a five-year HK$35 billion ($4.5 billion) loan with 21 local and international banks to fund its Three-Runway System (3RS) project and other capital expenditures.
Airports & Routes

Interview: Philadelphia International Airport CEO Chellie Cameron

By Wesley Charnock Jun 22, 2020
Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) CEO Chellie Cameron describes the U.S. East Coast international gateway’s “runway to recovery” plan. What’s…
Airports & Routes

China Eastern Building Up At Zhengzhou With Focus On Freight

By Bradley Perrett Jun 19, 2020
China Eastern Airlines will build up at the north-central city Zhengzhou, creating a freight hub for the surrounding region and helping to fill the expanding cargo capacity of the city’s airport.
Airports & Routes

Poland Scrapping Restrictions On Domestic Aircraft Capacity

By David Casey Jun 19, 2020
Airports across Poland have convinced Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki to relax air travel restrictions put in place at the height of the COVID-19 crisis as of July 1. 
Airports & Routes

Bailout, Restructuring Will Boost Cathay Pacific’s Recovery Prospects

By Adrian Schofield Jun 19, 2020
Cathay has gained short-term relief through government support but now must turn its attention to reassessing business and fleet plans.
Airlines & Lessors

Contactless Technologies To Help Airports Ensure Safe Recovery

By Helen Massy-Beresford Jun 19, 2020
Post-pandemic regulations could also lead to changes in the way airports manage passenger flow.
Airports & Routes

IAG's LEVEL Europe To File For Insolvency

By Kurt Hofmann Jun 18, 2020
IAG´s short haul LCC LEVEL Europe will file for insolvency on June 19, citing the impact of the COVID-19 crisis.
Airports & Routes

Singapore Pauses Changi Terminal 5 Project To Reassess Design

By Chen Chuanren Jun 16, 2020
In view of the uncertain aviation landscape and how standards might change post-COVID-19, Singapore Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan said construction of the Changi Airport Terminal 5 mega project will be halted for at least two years.
Airports & Routes

 

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