Month: December 2020

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Qatar Airways welcomes Air Canada

Qatar Airways welcomed Air Canada’s inaugural flight from Toronto to Doha, establishing Hamad International Airport as the only airport in the Middle East to be operated with a scheduled service by a North American carrier. The flight was welcomed with a water cannon salute at Hamad International Airport and a ribbon cutting ceremony attended by […]

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Airbus awards Ethiopian Airline

Ethiopian Airlines Group announce that Airbus, the largest aircraft manufacturer, has awarded Ethiopian for the unique agility and resilience that it displayed amid the COVID 19 global crisis. In connection with the award, Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam, Ethiopian Group CEO remarked, “We at Ethiopian are immensely delighted that one of the top companies in the world, Airbus, […]

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Lufthansa Airlines and Sabre sign new Agreement

The Lufthansa Group airlines and Sabre Corporation announced a new, mutually flexible distribution agreement that enables modern airline retailing as well as technology innovation. Under the agreement, which covers the carriers Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa, SWISS, Air Dolomiti and Brussels Airlines, Sabre will continue to distribute Lufthansa Group airlines’ content through traditional connectivity to hundreds of thousands […]

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TOP 10 RICHEST AFRICAN COUNTRIES IN 2020 RANKED BY GDP

Though Africa is rich in resources, the continent and its people have been exploited for decades, and Africa is consider to be poor. but here are the top ten richest Africa countries in the world. 1 | NIGERIA – THE RICHEST COUNTRY IN AFRICA (GDP: $446.543 Billion) GDP: $446.543 Billion (nominal, 2019 est.)Global Ranking: 27thPopulation: […]

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IATA renews call on governments to consider aviation workers as essential for vaccination

GENEVA – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) renewed its call on governments to ensure that employees in the aviation sector are considered as essential workers during the impending covid-19 vaccines vaccine campaign, once health care workers and vulnerable groups have been protected. IATA’s 76th Annual General Meeting (AGM) had unanimously adopted a resolution to […]

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Top ten best U.S cities for a Vacation..

The U.S. has so much to offer from the incredible natural attractions such as the Grand Canyon and Niagara Falls to The Statue of Liberty, there is something for everyone to explore. Rank Location Score /100 Avg. ($) price of a meal Avg. ($) price of a  beer Avg. price ($) of a one-way ticket […]

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Quito Airport presents its new smartphone app

QUITO – Airport procedures and processes are streamlined using the new Quito International Airport app. The service allows airport processes to be carried out without the need for direct contact, such as online check-in, remote use of the self-check-in and self-bag drop kiosks, and automatic access to the boarding gates. In addition, it incorporates tools […]

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Industry leaders warn Scottish aviation being left behind due to lack of testing strategy

AGS Airports, Edinburgh Airport and Airlines UK, the industry association representing UK-registered airlines, have warned Scottish aviation is being left behind due to the lack of a testing strategy. They have called on the Scottish Government to make urgent progress on the introduction of an effective testing regime that will enable the safe restart of […]

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Maldives revealed as the most popular travel destination of 2021

A new study by Club Med has revealed which destinations people are looking to travel to in 2021 by analyzing Google search data. In the most unusual year for travel, we look at where people are most desperate to go to in the New Year. With ever changing restrictions, a pandemic meaning some countries were […]

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50% of airlines could disappear within 3 years

With more than 40 airlines, which already went bankrupt in 2020, the disappearance of a majority of these companies is an unfortunately realistic scenario. For example, international flight traffic has lost 88% in France. Airline ticket sites like Kayak start selling train tickets thanks to the solution from French startup Kombo. A lasting disaster for […]

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