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Maja Mandzikashvili

How planes are tested

The jets have to undergo several rigorous tests before airlines can buy them. This is one of the reasons why air travel is considered one of the safest types of transportation. We decided to reveal wh...


Kristina Kirkliauskaite

What is the oldest airline in the world?

Have a glance at five of the world's oldest airlines and get to know which airlines are going to celebrate their 100th anniversaries!...


Michael Jonga

Turkish Airlines to hold off Staff Cuts for 2 years

Following the recent announcement from Turkish Airlines that the resumption of both its domestic and international flights will be pushed back to June 4th and June 10th respectively, Chairman Ilker Ay...


Giuseppe Perulli

How important is data analysis for airlines during COVID-19?

During the third episode (Plan Recovery) of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) webinar, different guests (CEOs, Directors and Experts of companies related to aviation) participated tal...


Giuseppe Perulli

Emirates 2020 Financial Results: Liquidity Risk

On the 10th May 2020, the Emirates group released the 2019-2020 Annual Report. For the 32nd consecutive year in their history, Emirates reached a profit despite its value is 28% less compared to last...


Bader Al Kalaldeh

There’s no such thing as “the best airline in the world”?! sounds

There’s no such thing as “the best airline in the world”?! Let me explain..Whether it be for business travel or for a holiday, choosing the right airline for your needs is important if you wish...


AeroTime Extra

Is a smooth landing the measure of a good pilot?

Is a smooth landing the measure of a good pilot?Many people think that the type of the aircraft does not affect the type of landing. It is also believed that only skilled pilots can land an aircraft s...


Skycop.com

The Catastrophe Psychology: Saving Luggage, but Not Each Other

“In situations like these, the passengers experience two extreme emotions: fear of death, and uncertainty. They are just trying to survive, even when acting irrationally,” Rosita Kanapeckaite, the...


Skycop.com

Will travelers be happy with the air passenger rights Reform?

Every year the 15thof March is dedicated to consumer rights. World Consumer Rights Day was first introduced in 1983 and has been raising global awareness about consumer rights and needs ever since. Th...


Skycop.com

Airlines’ silence – a threat to airport security

Every day, over 100 000 people suffer from flight delays, cancellations, overbookings, baggage mix-ups and other exhausting challenges caused by airlines. Stranded travelers wait hours for disrupted f...