THE DUTCH GOVERNMENT WILL NOT REDUCE FLIGHTS IN AMSTERDAM

Vanderlei J. Pollack -
The Dutch government has announced that it will no longer pursue plans to limit flight operations at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport starting in 2024. According to a statement from the Ministry of Infras ...

BERLIN NEEDS TOURISTS AND SHORT-HAUL FLIGHTS TO SURVIVE

Richard Moor -
The end of the Covid-19 crisis is finally in sight. Berlin is attracting tourists and airlines are preparing to expand their offer. However, aviation has come under fire in the context of the climate ...

EU TO MOVE FORWARD TO SUSTAINABLE AVIATION FUELS

Justin N. Froyd -
The European Parliament and the Council reached a political agreement on the ReFuelEU Aviation proposal on the night of 25-26 April 2023. New rules aimed at decarbonizing the aviation sector will be p ...

CHINA: GROWING DEMAND FOR NEW AIRCRAFT PREDICTED

Larry Brain -
The aviation industry has struggled significantly in the last year and a half due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but as revealed in the Cirium Fleet Forecast, the sector is now on its way towards recovery ...

GERMAN AIRLINE INDUSTRY OPPOSES FURTHER GOVERNMENT TAX INCREASE

Ashley Nault -
Germany's airline industry is facing challenges. Despite the ongoing wait for sector recovery, the Federal Association of the German Airline Industry (BDL) has taken a firm stance. ...