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flight cancellations

The Ultimate Checklist for Weathering Winter Flight Cancellations

Hundreds of flights were canceled or delayed this past week as a winter storm blanketed the Midwest. Weather-related flight disruptions fall under a completely different...
Virgin Atlantic, Virgin Holidays, Pride Flight, LGBT, diversity

Virgin Atlantic Hits the Sky With First Pride Flight

Virgin Atlantic and Virgin Holidays announced the U.K.’s first Pride Flight between London and New York City.
FAA law

New FAA Law Seeks to Make the Flight Experience More Tolerable

A new law aims to protect airline passengers from cramped seats and getting bumped from flights, but won’t eliminate airline fees.
Virgin Atlantic, airlines, jet fuel, biofuel, recycled waste gas

Virgin Atlantic Completes Flight Using Recycled Waste Gas

Virgin Atlantic completed the first commercial flight using recycled waste gas.
airport protests

Service Workers Launch Worldwide Airport Protests

Higher pay, better working conditions and union rights are the focus of the organized protest, which began this past Tuesday.

5 Airline Updates You Should Know

Changing baggage fees to new facial recognition technology, here are more airline updates you can use.
airlines, airline fees, travel fees, fuel prices, industry news

Airlines Raise Fees to Offset Rising Fuel Prices

The price of jet fuel has increased by 50 percent in the past year, which inevitably equates to pricier travel for the meetings industry.
in-flight sexual assault, sexual harassment, human trafficking, meeting tips, airlines,

The Checklist Planners Dread to Send: How to Protect Against In-Flight Sexual Assault

Airlines and the employees who run them are speaking out on sexual harassment, especially with reported cases of in-flight sexual assault on the rise.
emotional support animals, airlines, American Airlines, United, Delta, airline restrictions

The 411 on Flying With Emotional Support Animals

A recent rise in passengers taking advantage of the lax airline rules regarding emotional support animals has led to stricter guidelines.
aviation industry, airlines, CORSIA, carbon emissions, International Civil Aviation Organization, International Air Transport Association

Aviation Industry Urges Carbon-Neutral Growth by 2020

In order to keep airlines sustainable, the International Civil Aviation Organization Assembly adopted the Carbon Offsetting Scheme for International Aviation agreement in 2016.
Emirates, Qatar Airways, airlines, World Airlines Awards, airports, Singapore Airlines

Skytrax Announces Top 5 Airlines of 2017

Despite a tough year for airlines facing travel bans and poorly executed passenger relations, Skytrax celebrated the industry’s best by highlighting the world’s Top 100 Airlines in 2017.
Emirates, Africa, Middle East, TSA, Transportation Security Administration, electronics ban, travel ban

One Airline Finds Work-around to TSA’s 9-Airline Electronics Ban

The reason behind the restriction is that terrorists could smuggle explosive devices in the consumer items, although officials wouldn’t disclose why it was safer to have electronics in cargo instead of in the cabin.

Air India Circles the Globe With First All-Female Crew

What better way to kick off International Women’s Day: Two New Delhi to San Francisco flights manned by an all-female crew.
oneworld events, oneworld, airline alliance, British Airways, airlines, airline news

Oneworld Events Reduces Attendee-Flying Requirement by Half

As such, oneworld events is lowering the minimum requirement for the number of delegates flying internationally to an event by half, to just 50.
Delta Air Lines, Delta, airlines, Delta Edge Meetings, meeting travel, corporate travel, air travel

Delta Unveils Delta Edge Meetings Program

The Delta Edge Meetings program converges meeting travel with corporate travel management in a way that is expected to help save companies money and time.

Air New Zealand is First to Fly New Dreamliner 787-9

This is the first of 10 Dreamliner 787-9s scheduled to join Air New Zealand's fleet, some of which will begin service to Shanghai and Tokyo later this year.
British Airways Tests Innovations

British Airways Tests Innovations in the Sky

“Through UnGrounded, we had the opportunity to tap into some of the world’s most brilliant minds and demonstrate how ideas can accelerate when the right people come together.”

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