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US and UK airlines call on governments to reopen transatlantic travel

The bosses of some of the US and the UK’s biggest airlines have urged the countries’ two governments to hold a summit to speed up the reopening of transatlantic travel. The CEOs of American Airlines , Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, British Airways , Virgin Atlantic and JetBlue Airways have...

IATA welcomes potential EU’s border opening to US travellers

IATA welcomes potential EU’s border opening to US travellers

IATA has welcomed proposals from the EU that unrestricted access will be granted to vaccinated travellers from the US. The comments were made by European Commission (EC) president Ursula von der Leyen in an interview on Sunday in The New York Times when she said Americans should be able to visit ...

Korean Air conducts temperature checks for US flights

With the increasing concerns about air travel due to the proliferation of COVID-19, Korean Air is building a thorough response system starting with US routes. Starting with KE017, a flight from Incheon to Los Angeles, on February 28, all flights departing from Incheon International Airport to th...

US DOT proposes four airlines operate new daytime routes to Tokyo-Haneda

US DOT proposes four airlines operate new daytime routes to Tokyo-Haneda

The US Department of Transportation (DOT) has proposed to select four US airlines to provide new daytime service to Tokyo Haneda International Airport as early as summer 2020. On 25 January, 2019, delegations from the United States and Japan tentatively committed to amending the US-Japan aviatio...

ABM introduces plane fueling services for Spirit Airlines

ABM introduces plane fueling services for Spirit Airlines

AABM is now providing into-plane fueling services for Spirit Airlines at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) in Houston, Texas. “We are excited that Spirit Airlines is our inaugural partner to launch this new service line in our portfolio,” said Alex Marren, ABM senior vice president ...

A4A forecasts ‘all-time high’ in Thanksgiving travel

A4A forecasts ‘all-time high’ in Thanksgiving travel

Airlines for America (A4A) is projecting that a record 30.6 million passengers will travel on U.S. airlines during the 12-day Thanksgiving air travel period, up from an estimated 29 million passengers during the 2017 travel period. The forecast translates to an estimated 2.55 million passengers ...

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