Alaska Airlines Points to Staffing Shortages As Carrier Pares Back…

Alaska Airlines’ summer scheduling woes continued as the airline was forced to cancel additional flights due to poor planning and staffing shortages. “Of the 1,200 flights that we operate every day, we’ve been canceling about 50 of them, roughly 4%," Alaska Airlines CEO Ben Miniucci wrote in a message to…

Air Canada Announces Summer Flight Resumptions

After a relatively challenging and slightly positive year, Air Canada saw encouraging numbers in its latest financial results. In fact, the numbers were encouraging enough for the Canadian flag carrier to reverse its previous decision to cancel 12 ordered Airbus A220s — a decision that was made in November 2020…

How Lufthansa Plans To Tackle 2022 From Key Hubs

Lufthansa has been having quite an exciting year with the miraculous returns of its Airbus A340-600s, Boeing B747-400s and Boeing 747-800s — its iconic quad-jets — as well as exciting services to popular destinations each season and not forgetting having paid off all financial aid from the German government. As…

Alaska Airlines Grows Presence In Boise

The relentless Covid-19 catastrophe is quickly evolving, from when it first emerged, but simultaneously, the push for vaccinations and further research for boost shots are providing the potential light at the end of the tunnel for the airline industry. Several major airlines significantly reduced flight operations and routes, in response…

Delta, Virgin Atlantic Extend Air Cargo Partnership

This summer holiday travel season was not like last year's, which was during the height of the Covid-19 ordeal. Several major airlines have resumed key flights in their route networks and inaugurated brand new routes to accommodate and handle the ongoing surge in passenger travel demand. However, throughout the duration…

Qantas Enacts Temporary Employee Stand-down Amid COVID-19 Outbreak

Summer travel demand continues to surge but will eventually decline as the leisure travel season comes to end as Fall is right around the corner. Several major countries that are usually tourist hotspots eased entry restrictions to reopen their borders and alleviated visitation and tourism limitations. In response, many carriers…

Virgin Atlantic and Middle East Airlines Formulate Codeshare Agreement

The transatlantic air travel corridor between the U.S. and Europe continues to be known for its reputation of being cutthroat and popular as the demand for long-haul air travel surges. Several major airlines inaugurate new routes while firmly resuming flights on key routes across the pond to attract as many…

How United Airlines is Responding to the U.K. Border Re-Opening

Europe is a usual hotspot for tourism and leisure travel during the summer holiday travel season, but this summer is different than the previous years. Many countries that are usually major attractions for tourists across the continent have reopened their borders earlier in the summer, and several airlines resumed flight…

The Evolution of Airline Safety Videos

The summer holiday travel season – usually when there is a significant surge in demand for air travel – is officially in session, but this summer will be different than past ones. Many passengers are enthusiastic and eager to leave their homes and travel for leisure. For most, it is…