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Brisbane’s new runway is complete

Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) and Skyway, a joint venture...

The five-stage return of air travel

CART, the Council Aviation Recovery Task Force, outlined the...

Airport Rescue

American airports are receiving US$10 billion to help them survive...

Hellas Highlights

Tom Allett examines how Fraport, the operator of 14 Greek airports,...

First signs of industry uptick: IATA

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has said that demand for air services is beginning to recover after hitting bottom in April.

Wizz Air Resumes Luton Operations

Wizz Air has today (May 1) restarted operations at its London/Luton base despite ongoing restrictions associated with COVID-19. The low-cost carrier has resumed services to 22 destinations from the gateway for passengers whose journeys are deemed necessary.

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Virgin Australia – The Rise and Fall

As the COVID-19 pandemic tightens its grip on the commercial aviation industry, Virgin Australia became its next casualty after entering voluntary administration on April 21. Thomas Haynes examines the airline’s history and analyses what went wrong for Australia’s second largest carrier.

Airports International: April/May 2020 Feature Premium

Airports International: April/May 2020

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Are Airports the Next Smart Cities?

Airports globally are recognized as being similar to smart cities, as they focus on delivering improvements to operations, sustainability, experience and business vitality.

Coronavirus: Six Airlines Fighting Back Against COVID-19

While most airlines across the world have now stopped operating many of their scheduled services, some are helping to fight the COVID-19 pandemic by operating flights to collect medical supplies from China. Here’s six interesting examples.

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