The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted many industries, with one of the most-impacted being the airline industry.
An unprecedented form of threat to the world’s security lives in the digital realm: cyberthreats. Even the airline industry deals with them, and in fact, good cybersecurity in the aviation industry matters more now than ever before.
If there’s one thing that airlines prioritize, it is enhanced safety for their crew and passengers.
Human trafficking is a serious issue in United States and abroad. Sometimes, victims of human trafficking are forced to travel by aircraft against their will.
The airline industry has been one of the hardest-hit sectors of the economy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As summer approaches, many individuals want to visit family or take advantage of low air rates. Here is some information regarding flight preparedness in the era of COVID-19.
If you’re planning on boarding an airplane within the next few months, you’re going to notice some different procedures in place. Airlines, now more than ever, are taking the necessary precautions to make sure that not only are passengers & staff safe but that the planes themselves are extra clean.
The current global health crisis has forced everyone to postpone their vacation plans. While recreational travel is not yet widely encouraged, there are still a lot of people that rely on airlines to speed up their business travel. Flying right now may seem scary, but the airlines are doing everything in their power to keep everyone safe. These are the four things you need to know before boarding a plane during the pandemic.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc on the fiscal health of the biggest airlines throughout the US and the world as international travel has plummeted. Nearly every nation across the globe has shut its border to foreign visitors, effectively eliminating the tourism industry overnight. A huge portion of airlines’ business is dependent on tourists and business travelers – two demographics that are currently not traveling.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, airports across the world shut down nearly all air traffic as part of the effort to contain the spread of the disease. Some countries are planning to begin the process of re-opening, creating opportunities for travel once again as people emerge into the world after months of self-isolation.