An ACI EUROPE reveals a systemic collapse of the aviation network and air connectivity due to the COVID-19 crisis.
Greece’s Aegean Airlines announced last week enhancing its network operations with more direct international flights to the Greek islands.
Ryanair will not require fliers to be vaccinated in order to fly on the airline’s routes, according to a company spokesman.
On Tuesday, Aegean Airlines reported losses of €28.3 million euros in the third quarter of 2020.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced the industry is expecting deep losses will continue into 2021.
Wizz Air has announced discounted Covid-19 tests for passengers in order to obtain fit to fly certificates from Friday.
COVID-19 has shaken the world. It’s just too bad that the Air Transport Association (IATA) and other leadership were not more proactive.
A report says passenger volumes are not correlated to changes in Covid-19 infection rates in Europe. Our editor debunks this contention.
It’s a sleigh full of flights, according to the official press release published by Ryanair Group Corporate website on Tuesday, November 17, 2020. A number of updated flights take off on December 17, as stated by the communique, and these include: ROUTE WEEKLY FLIGHTS Bucharest–Charleroi 3 (+1) Charleroi–Athens 4 (+1) Gothenburg–Malaga 3 (+1) Gothenburg–Alicante 4 […]
Easyjet has just announced it will offer over half a million seats at discounted rates throughout its network until June 30, 2021.
UK leisure travel group Jet2 has just announced new flights and package holidays from Bristol Airport to Greece.
Ryanair has is now offering UK travelers jet holidays without the risk of quarantine on their return home.