Monthly Archives: August 2021

airBaltic gets approval for additional equity

To compensate the losses caused by the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and to support overcoming the economic crisis, the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Latvia, as the majority shareholder of the Latvian airline airBaltic, has today, on August 17, approved the investment of EUR 90 million into the equity of airBaltic. It is now […]

Air Malta transports 40,000 COVID vaccines to Libya

Air Malta has yesterday transported 40,000 COVID vaccines and a similar number of rapid testing kits donated by Malta to Libya. The flight was operated to Tripoli’s Mitiga airport. Tweeting about Malta’s donation, WHO regional director Hans Kluge thanked the Maltese government for the solidarity shown with Libya. Air Malta is pleased to be part […]

Air Canada’s Aeroplan and LCBO Join Together to Launch New Loyalty Partnership

Aeroplan, Canada’s leading travel loyalty program, and the LCBO, one of the world’s largest buyers and retailers of beverage alcohol, are pleased to announce a new strategic partnership allowing Aeroplan members to earn points when shopping at LCBO stores across Ontario. The new partnership is expected to launch in late 2021. “We’re thrilled to come together with […]

easyJet has introduced new cabin crew and pilot uniforms made from recycled plastic bottles

Forty-five bottles will go into each uniform – with a potential of half a million bottles to be reused annually as part of the airline’s commitment to address impacts beyond carbon and reduce waste. Over the course of the five-year uniform contract easyJet will be responsible for preventing 2,700,000 plastic bottles from ending up in […]

Delta reconnects customers across the pond as U.K. reopens to vaccinated travelers

Delta to restart Seattle and Detroit service to London Heathrow in October, adding more New York-JFK flights. U.K. welcoming fully vaccinated Americans without any quarantine requirement whilst Delta’s FlyReady tool takes the guesswork out of travel between the U.S. and London. Delta is ramping up service across the pond to nearly 30 weekly flights this […]

airBaltic extends refund gift voucher validity

Latvian airline airBaltic announces that upon passenger’s request it will extend the validity of gift vouchers issued as a refund for Covid-19 cancelled flights. Now the extended gift vouchers will be valid for travel by December 31, 2022. Passengers, who wish to extend the validity of their gift vouchers, must contact airBaltic Call Center. Only […]

Air One Aviation Generates 145 Million Kilos of Bookings for 1,300 747 Full Charters in First Year as Global GSA for AEROTRANSCARGO (ATC)

Air One Aviation has generated over 145 million kilos of cargo for over 1,300 Boeing 747 freighter flights in its first 12 months as the global general sales agency partner of AEROTRANSCARGO (ATC). Such has been the success of the partnership that Air One Aviation already has another 1,000 full flights booked between August and […]

Korean Air operates 10,000 cargo-only passenger flights

Korean Air has operated 10,000 cargo-only passenger flights as of August 1. The airline launched its first cargo-only passenger flight on the Incheon-Ho Chi Minh route in March 2020, and has operated these flights on 65 routes to North America, Europe, Southeast Asia, China and Japan, transporting 400,000 tons worldwide. Approximately 40 tons are transported […]