Articles Tagged ‘coronavirus aviation’
American Airlines’ (briefly?) cut 15 airports had 1.7 million seats last year; Roswell would lose most
American Airlines had 19 routes from these 15 airports with 37 daily flights. Roswell was #1 by seats and was only served by American. We explore connections on the shortest route, Florence – Charlotte.
Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen added 30m seats between 2010 & 2019. Given this, we chat with Gerald Ong, Director of Marketing, about what it’s doing amid COVID-19.
The aftermath of COVID-19 will see changes to terminal operations on a scale far bigger than after 9/11. Siobhan Boyle, Veovo, takes a good look.
With even more outstanding speakers, including Pittsburgh’s CEO, Christina Cassotis, American’s Director of Ancillaries, Mariana Fonesca Medina, FTE’s virtual events are unmissable.
Digital, automation & CX key for airlines/airports post-COVID-19, report by anna.aero’s sister finds
The free COVID-19 Air Transport Near Term Impacts and Scenarios report explores how stakeholders expect the crisis to impact investment strategies.
If social distancing is enforced, Redwater Consulting Group shows that available seats on a Qantas B737-800 would reduce by 33% while the breakeven fare will jump by 52%.
How are airports around the world responding to the COVID-19 crisis? Senior management at Frankfurt, Helsinki, and Budapest share their crisis management tips and experiences to help you.
No one knows for sure what will happen within the industry after COVID-19. Here, Enzo Zangrilli, owner of 1Aviation, looks at what may become of airlines, airports, and ground handlers.