Loosening Of Hong Kong Rules Could Boost Flights
Airlines are more likely to add frequencies or restart routes as COVID-19 restrictions ease.
British Airways Restarts Cargo-Only 787 Routes To Asia
The carrier is moving back to using a passenger aircraft for cargo-only flights, citing rising e-commerce demand.
IATA DG Walsh: Full Network Restoration Years Away
Asia is lagging the recovery from COVID-19, complicating airline network restoration efforts.
Atlanta Regains Title As World’s Busiest Airport
ATL is one of the eight US airports that feature in the list of the globe's top 10 busiest airports.
Greater Bay Airlines Approved To Fly 104 Routes
The decision means the Hong Kong-based startup can launch scheduled commercial flights immediately.
Cathay Pacific’s January Capacity Down 98% From Pre-Pandemic Levels
New COVID-19 crew restrictions imposed by the Hong Kong government have made it challenging for Cathay to operate.
Routes In Brief: Rolling Daily Updates (W/C Jan. 10)
Routes details the latest new route announcements, as well as the services returning to carriers’ networks.
Hong Kong Bans Flights From Eight Countries For Two Weeks
Routes from Australia, Canada, France, India, Pakistan, the Philippines, the UK and the US are all affected by the move.
HK Express To Enter Singapore Market
Flights to Singapore will launch in February as the LCC seeks to rebuild its route network.
Cathay Pacific Severely Hampered By New Crew Quarantine Rules
The restrictions imposed by the Hong Kong government restrict the airline’s ability to operate even a limited schedule.