Aviation Recovery

Avinor reports group-wide traffic increases

The operator has seen a strong recovery in domestic travel demand while international connections remain sluggish

Emirates continues to resume pre-pandemic routes

The services coincide with the Expo 2020 Dubai, a six-month long event, with eligible customers receiving a free day pass

Qantas outlines international restart strategy

A gradual resumption is being planned around the Australian Cabinet’s phased reopening of international borders by December

IATA pushes for repatriation of blocked funds

Aviation body IATA has urged governments around the world to abide by agreements and treaty obligations to enable airlines to release $963m in blocked funds

Flughafen Wien Group hits pandemic passenger high

Airport operator Flughafen Wien Group has reported a substantial rise in passenger volumes at all three of its hubs last month, following a difficult six months

Manchester Airport voices concern about UK travel system

Bosses at the facility say the system is holding back recovery despite a recent increase in traffic for July

UK at risk of falling behind EU in its recovery, says Gatwick

The London hub is calling on the UK government to simplify the current travel restrictions and build upon the vaccination programme

CPH releases 2021 six-month report

The airport has experienced significant job and financial losses throughout the first half of this year, with plans to keep its place as a central hub in Northern Europe

DXB prepares for surge is passenger traffic

The sudden increase could be due to the easing of international travel restrictions, making it easier for people from Asia and Africa to enter the UAE

Heathrow feels effects of eased travel restrictions

The London hub saw its highest intake of passengers last month since March 2020, however it says there is still a long way to go