BAD NEWS: MOST TRAVELERS NOT TO BE COMPENSATED FOR FLIGHT DELAYS

Richard Moor -
The European Union intends to redefine the terms of EU Directive 261/2004 which governs the compensation paid in the event of flight delays or cancellations. Airlines would be the big winners, to the ...

EUROPEAN AIRLINES AND AIRPORTS CRITICIZE LACK OF COORDINATION IN BORDERS REOPENING

Last week, major European airlines and airports criticized the lack of coordination in the European Union on the reopening of external borders, despite the fact that the 27 member states had agreed a ...

EUROPEAN AIRLINES AND AIRPORTS DROPPING FACE MASK REQUIREMENTS

Justin N. Froyd -
After two years, Europe is slowly preparing for the post-Covid-19 era. Many countries on the continent are lifting mask requirements on their territories, however, things are more complicated in the c...

WAR IN UKRAINE: CONSEQUENCES FOR THE EUROPEAN SKY

Laura Loss -
After a month of the war in Ukraine, the European sky is adjusting. While Russian airspace is blacklisted by airlines, some countries are taking advantage of the changes in routes, such as Georgia and...

CORONAVIRUS – TOURISM AND LUXURY ARE THE MOST AFFECTED

Nik Fes -
The outbreak of the new respiratory virus that has spread through China – and that might have reached the U.S., where a traveler has already been diagnosed in Seattle – has also infected the stock mar...
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