Ongoing projects are beginning to give the first signs of what the commercial aviation market will be like in the coming decades.
Air France-KLM flew a biofuel-powered Airbus A350 from Paris to Montreal on 18th May. Air France joined forces with Total, Airbus and the airport operator Groupe ADP.
As vaccines are administered around the world, there is a growing need to have some kind of digital document to prove that travelers are protected against Covid-19.
During this time when travel is limited, all we can do is imagine where to go, when the world returns to “normal”. However, due to technology innovation advances, there are new trends that could change the way we travel and do tourism.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has stated that its digital COVID travel pass should be ready within weeks.
The transport and distribution of the Covid-19 vaccine will be the greatest air cargo challenge of all times, especially for Angola.
The CommonPass, a new digital health pass that is currently being trialled, can revolutionise the way we travel during the coronavirus pandemic.
Are you thinking of flying during Covid-19 times but are scared of being infected? Have you considered flying on a private jet?
Getting a covid-19 negative test does not mean that you cannot be infected in a few days, or even hours, right afterwards. From the moment test is carried out, until the result is obtained, there is already a risk of being infected.
The civil aviation industry is suffering a catastrophic impact, because of the measures to contain covid-19, in Angola. Thousands of Angolans who work in airlines and companies in the sector, have seen their lives and jobs negatively affected, by the stoppage of international flights.