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Emissions from the airline industry are skyrocketing

While Canada lags far behind Europe and the UK in tackling carbon pollution from aviation, the country’s next 10-year climate plan for the sector must be developed with public input…

The airline industry has a ‘pretty toxic culture’

An Emirates pilot told CNBC the profession has a toxic culture and excessive workloads. “All of this contributes to potentially reducing the margin of safety,” the pilot said. Several other…

Emirates pilot says airline industry has ‘quite toxic culture’ and excessive workloads which has led to safety concerns

An Emirates pilot told CNBC the profession has a toxic culture and excessive workloads. “All of this contributes to potentially reducing the margin of safety,” the pilot said. An Emirates…

Shaking up the industry with the acquisition of JetBlue

Spirit Airlines’ current stock forecast is set to rise significantly following the company’s announcement of a $3.8 billion takeover by JetBlue (Nasdaq: JBLU). In fact, it comes after a potential…

🌱Airline Awards Local Scholarships + City promises to “never give up”

Hi Charlotte. I’m here in your inbox today to keep you up to date with everything you need to know about what’s happening in town. Let’s do it. First, today’s…

More than 6,000 flights delayed on Tuesday as airline industry problems persist

Find out what clicks on FoxBusiness.com. Airline disruptions continue to persist across the country, with more than 6,700 flights delayed on Tuesday alone, according to data from flight tracking site…

Carbon capture is a ‘panacea’ for the airline industry, if technology and costs improve

Air Canada is among the world’s leading carriers leveraging direct airborne carbon capture and storage to help reduce the industry’s enormous carbon footprint. Although the technology is still in its…

Warren and Padilla call on Buttigieg to crack down on airline industry’s ‘rampant unfair practices’

Calling on the Biden administration to use its authority to protect American travelers from “widespread unfair practices” by commercial airliners, Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Alex Padilla wrote to Transportation Secretary…

Is the airline industry on the right flight?

By Rajesh Mehta & Prerna Mishra What do you usually need when traveling by plane in 2022? A normal answer would be a passport, boarding pass and maybe a pair…

Queues, cancellations, chaos: what went wrong at Heathrow? | Air industry

What went wrong at Heathrow? The airport that confidently laid out expansion plans and charged its customers a hefty premium has repeatedly suffered the kind of chaos people pay to…

Airline industry takeoff threatened by supply chain chaos

The global airline industry is in the midst of a post-pandemic rebound, but supply chain issues have left suppliers and manufacturers scrambling to source everything from raw materials to small…

Infrastructure issues ‘afflict’ airline industry: analyst

Helane Becker, Senior Research Analyst at Cowen, speaks with Yahoo Finance Live to examine United and American Airlines revenue reports and the factors that are having the biggest impact on…

Forget airline rewards, passengers deserve a prize for surviving ‘hell’

By David Cohen* Comment – Stuck at LAX at midnight, what was supposed to be a joyous return to travel turned into the season of hell. Air New Zealand may…

Congress bailed out the airline industry. Why will it not do the same for child care?

Air travel has now surpassed pre-pandemic levels. Resorts and hotels are teeming with customers again. Indeed, many parts of our economy are not just returning to normal, they are overwhelmed…

These are the small towns that will lose their air services from September

Next chaos with the airlines this summersmaller towns will lose service as airlines turn away before the end of the year. It looks like smaller cities such as Toledo, Ohio,…

In the low-cost airline industry, a race to the bottom |

From the editorial board of the Chicago Tribune: In the golden age of commercial aviation, passengers savored gourmet meals and stretched out in spacious comfort. Fast forward to the current…

The world’s best airlines for 2022 at the World Airline Awards

The best airlines in the world in 2022 will be announced during the Global Airline Awards in London on September 23. Known as the Aviation Industry Oscarsthe 2022 World Airline…

In the low-cost airline industry, a race to the bottom

In the golden age of commercial aviation, passengers savored gourmet meals and stretched out in spacious comfort. Fast forward to the current state of flights, embodied by Spirit Airlines, a…

In the low-cost airline industry, a race to the bottom – Chicago Tribune

In the golden age of commercial aviation, passengers savored gourmet meals and stretched out in spacious comfort. Fast forward to the current state of flights, embodied by Spirit Airlines, a…

Heathrow’s plea to cut flights is an ‘airmaggedon’, says Emirates | Air industry

Emirates has defied Heathrow’s demand that airlines cut summer flights, saying it will continue to operate its scheduled schedule and accusing London Airport of fomenting “airmageddon”. The Gulf carrier said…

Delta CEO: Airline industry ‘overstretched’ post-pandemic (NYSE: DAL)

Delta CEO Ed Bastian said on Wednesday that the company’s recent mixed earnings report was due to the airline industry “stretching” to capture as much demand as possible following the…

Resetting the airline industry after the pandemic

  Author: Jourik Hooghe, Executive Vice President and Group Chief Financial Officer, Wizz Air Group July 7, 2022 Two years – that’s the time since COVID-19 hit and air travel…

The airline industry braces for take-off as Farnborough Airport is ready for post-Covid return

When organizers of the Farnborough International Airshow got down to planning their post-Covid-19 return in 2022, they were pleasantly surprised by a new trend among exhibitors: the demand for more…

More turbulence in store for passengers as airline industry grapples with disruption – The Irish Times

Airlines canceled around 60 flights to or from Dublin Airport over eight days from June 22-29, disrupting thousands of passengers planning to fly to or from the Republic. Irish carrier…