Commercial Air Travel

Brussels Airlines resumes first transatlantic flights since March 2020

Brussels Airlines resumes transatlantic flights to the US with weekly scheduled flights to Washington and New York....


SkyWest records first quarter profits amidst leisure rebound

SkyWest Airlines records first quarter profit, eyes to increase Embraer fleet count by mid-2021...


London City Airport launches new travel portal

London City Airport (LCY) has launched a new travel portal....


UK aims to increase Air Passenger Duty tax

The United Kingdom aims to increase the Air Passenger Duty (APD) tax...


Eurocontrol predicts traffic: situation “quickly deteriorating”

Eurocontrol predicts that until June 2021 air traffic levels throughout Europe will be at least 64% lower than before the pandemic....


Why are aircraft typically white-painted?

Perhaps it's something that most passengers often thought about but never tried to ask: why are most airplanes painted white?Of course, each airline has its own unique touches on livery, including fus...


Digital Week talks: outlook for travel demand

International air travel was hit hard across different destinations worldwide, and would scarcely get back to pre-pandemic levels earlier than 2024, according to IATA’s revised forecast. With the majority of international markets still closed, the domestic market seems to be the only sector to have seen any improvement....


2017 Was Safest Year For Airline Passengers

2017 was the safest year in the history of commercial air travel, according to The Aviation Safety Network. There were no crashes....