Monthly Archives: November 2020

Lithuanian Airports join EASA Aviation Industry Charter for COVID-19

Lithuanian Airports have officially joined the Charter initiated by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and undertook the commitment to ensure the highest epidemiological safety standards, as well as to exchange information with other members of the Charter in order to manage the challenges faced by the aviation industry due to the pandemic. The […]

LAX & Delta Accelerate Terminal Transformation by 18 Months

At a topping-out ceremony this afternoon with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Delta Air Lines secured the final beam for Phase 1 of the Sky Way transformation project at LAX – a $1.86 billion project to modernize, upgrade and connect Terminals 2, 3 and the Tom Bradley International Terminal. […]

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Travel requirements facilitate air travel

Complying with the health prevention regulations such as the use of masks, social distancing and constant disinfection, traveling by air is safe and does not represent major complications. Here is a summary of the requirements set forth by the Ecuadorian government to travel by air on national and international flights. Travel Requirements: Domestic travel: Negative […]

Dublin Airport to revamp Terminal 1

Dublin Airport, Ireland, is to undertake a major facelift of its Terminal 1 under plans that have been lodged with the local Fingal County Council. According to the airport, the core façade and the roof of the terminal are to be replaced with a new, modern, energy-efficient structure that will transform the external appearance of […]

New Swedish technology to support a greener aviation recovery

Flying is like competition sailing: it is all about using good winds and avoiding unfavorable air currents. To allow airlines to fully use the favorable winds there is a new weather optimization service available that shows exactly how the wind blows and where there is bad weather in the atmosphere. With this knowledge airlines can […]

Munich remains Europe’s only 5-star airport

According to a recent audit by London-based Skytrax, Munich Airport has retained its top spot among European airports for passenger facilities. In May 2015, Munich Airport was awarded 5-Star status for the first time following an extensive review and successfully maintained its status in 2017. Now the auditors from London have again subjected the Bavarian […]

ACI Global Traveller Survey reveals half want to travel again soon

Travellers expect new health and safety measures to address risks Airports Council International (ACI) World has today published its ASQ Global Traveller Survey which reveals half of those surveyed want to travel again soon which can be attributed to a strong level of confidence in the environment safety provided by airports and airlines. The survey […]

Chinese express carrier YTO Cargo Airlines launches new services between Singapore and Hangzhou

Chinese express carrier YTO Cargo Airlines has launched thrice-weekly services between Singapore and Hangzhou. The new carrier’s first flight from Hangzhou landed at Changi Airport earlier today at 1600 hrs. From November 2020, Alibaba’s logistics arm, Cainiao, will utilise YTO Cargo Airlines’ services for the transportation of e-commerce shipments. YTO Cargo Airlines’ direct airfreight route […]

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