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Threat of BA strike at Heathrow suspended after airline agrees pay deal

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The dispute that threatened to cause a strike by British Airways check-in staff at Heathrow airport during the summer holidays has been suspended, after the airline made a “vastly improved” pay offer. After a day of t...

UK airline industry should pull out of evasive manoeuvres

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Only one of three airline chief executives turned up to be quizzed by MPs on the business select committee on Tuesday, which we can chalk up as the industry’s latest scheduling failure. It was also a shame because one...

Airline trade body blames recruitment approval delays for UK airports gridlock

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The International Air Transport Association (Iata) has blamed the half-term gridlock besetting UK airports on a problem with getting clearances for new staff, saying the time taken to approve recruits has more than tr...

Business class travel helps post-pandemic airline sales take off

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It was proclaimed moribund, if not doomed, just a year ago. Pero ahora, is business class air travel taking off again? British Airways’ owner IAG, forecasting a return to profit this year, said that a strong recovery in ...

Romanian airline Blue Air fined over Heathrow passenger Covid breaches

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An airline has become the first to be fined for failing to ensure that passengers complied with Covid-19 regulations in England. The Romanian carrier Blue Air pleaded guilty to five offences at Uxbridge magistrates co...

US airline officials warn of ‘catastrophic’ crisis in aviation with new 5G service

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US airline chiefs have warned that the introduction of a new 5G service could cause US commerce to “grind to a halt” due to possibly grounding a significant number of aircraft and might “strand tens of thousands of Am...

Transatlantic conquest the aim for new budget airline Norse

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The Viking-inspired branding chosen by Norse Atlantic Airways makes its intentions clear: the new low-cost long-haul carrier wants to conquer like its Norsemen ancestors, although this time by air rather than across t...

‘This is a crucial sector’: Morrison government unveils another airline lifeline as Queensland’s Covid outbreak worsens

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The Morrison government has unveiled a $100m program to help domestic airlines retain their staff through lockdowns and border closures – and the Coalition will also retain its half-price flight scheme in an effort to...

US airline industry rebounds as 2m travel for first time since March 2020

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The airline industry’s recovery from the pandemic passed a milestone as more than 2 million people streamed through US airport security checkpoints on Friday for the first time since early March 2020. The Transportat...

US airline chiefs add to pressure for transatlantic travel to restart

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Major US airlines have weighed in alongside UK carriers to urge the reopening of transatlantic travel, calling on governments in Washington and London to arrange a summit as soon as possible. The airlines said that sa...

Airline passengers fined $20,000 as US agency cracks down on unruly fliers

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has announced fines totaling $20,000 against two airline passengers who interfered with crews. The civil penalties come as as part of a zero-tolerance policy designed to comba...

Cleared for lunch: Japanese airline serves £390 in-flight meals on parked planes

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Japan’s biggest airline has started offering luxury dining aboard a parked airplane titled the “winged restaurant,” for £390 a meal. Diners rushed to relive the cabin dining experience on Wednesday, despite being unab...

Airline data hack: hundreds of thousands of Star Alliance passengersdetails stolen

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Data on hundreds of thousands of airline passengers around the world has been hacked via a “highly sophisticated” attack on the IT systems operator that serves around 90% of the global aviation industry. Sita, which s...