For the aviation industry, 2021 ended with the airlines still focused on performance, slot relief and reducing carbon emissions. While some airlines fared better than others in these areas, given the pandemic’s continued impacts, most can be pleased with their performance. Read more in our December news wrap-up.
November has come to an end so it´s time to share with you a summary of the latest news in the aviation industry. Some of the highlights include the elaboration of the first air cargo sustainability roadmap by the International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) to support the industry through a period of transformation. On the passenger transport side, a survey conducted by IATA indicated that an increasing number of travelers are willing to share their biometric data to improve airport processes and eliminate queuing. Read this and more news here.
The aviation industry is undergoing its recovery, slow but steady. Certain sectors are dominating and particularly in certain regions. By and large, capacity is increasing, and we are also observing the heightened influence of technology, both in building passenger confidence in safe air travel, as well as in driving more sustainable travel. Read this and more news in our monthly wrap-up.
What were some of the most relevant aviation news in September? This month we heard that 60 prominent companies in the World Economic Forum’s Clean Skies for Tomorrow Coalition announced a major milestone in the mission to achieve net-zero emission by 2050. Also good news came from the air cargo sector, since airfreight demand is set to significantly increase as we approach the end of the year. However, new capacity challenges urge immediate action. For more, check out our monthly wrap-up.
August is coming to an end and it´s time to share with you a summary of the latest news in the aviation industry. We learned that the air cargo sector maintained its strong position bolstered by record-high supplier delivery times and that is increasing the deployment of new technology. On the other hand, Brazilian airports are taking the lead in South America for Biometrics. Read this and more news here.
This month we heard how the pandemic is driving new safety training requirements to effectively adapt to the current operational environment of airlines, airports, and ground handling companies. From the business travel sector, we learned that although demand is on the rise, government policies may not be fully supportive, especially in terms of the resumption of international business travel. What other topics was the aviation industry talking about in July? Check out our monthly wrap-up.
Air cargo remains the bright spot for the aviation industry. In April, IATA reported airfreight volumes continued to increase, and were up by 12% compared to the same month in 2019. However, capacity utilization remains a constraint which may slow down the growth of the global air cargo market. What other factors could be mapping out cargo business for the next months?
June is coming to an end, and you wonder what were some of the most relevant aviation news? From EU nations using the EU Digital COVID Certificates to smoothly reopen to tourism to air cargo companies going digital to make their operations more sustainable – check out here our highlights of the month.
May has come to an end so it´s time to share with you a summary of the most important topics the aviation industry has been talking about. From airlines adding over 1,400 new air routes to their schedules to the European Commission proposing a relaxing of travel restrictions into Europe for fully-vaccinated travelers – read here our monthly wrap-up.
Looking for the topics the aviation industry is talking about? This month we heard some news from the air cargo sector, where rates are expected to remain strong in the long term while freighters gain market share. On the other hand, we are seeing lately how new technologies are increasingly playing a crucial role in making ground operations more sustainable. For more, check out our April wrap-up.