Contrary to what many people think, there are no set rules for retirement for cabin crew in the aviation sector. Any stipulations are made by employers, and those conditions vary between airlines and nations. Let’s look at the differences, and some notable older flight attendants
Author: Opinion Writers
The latest Aviation Industry Barometer from aviation consultancy IBA shows that passenger ASKs from Chinese operators were trending at 96% of 2019 levels in July 2023 – a strong increase from 89% in June 2023
The first half of 2023 (H1) saw a 129% increase in global aircraft orders compared with H1 2022, with the backlog of aircraft orders now above pre-pandemic levels
The latest market intelligence from IBA underlines the strengthening order position and positive underlying value trend in the commercial aircraft market. There are several interesting reasons, and even more interesting numbers
The global vegan food market is expected to reach US$36.3 billion by 2030. And with 4.2 billion people expected to fly in 2023, there is a significant need for suitable in-flight food options to vater for this growing passenger demographic
New life can be breathed into discarded aerospace materials, giving them a second chance to shine as furniture while reducing waste
The latest Aviation Industry Barometer from aviation consultancy, IBA, predicts that global passenger ASKs (available seat kilometres) will surpass 2019 levels by October 2023, having reached 95% of pre-pandemic ASKs in June 2023
Resilience and growth: exploring the role of the Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance & Insurance (ACMI) leasing industry’s ability to overcome obstacles and support revenue generation in the aviation sector’s recovery
ForwardKeys reveals the 100 most appealing travel destinations for summer 2023 (1st July – 31st August), based on how extensively travel to them has been searched online. Bangkok is a runaway winner!
Amid increased travel demand, are air travellers today safer than they have been in the past? Will the aviation industry be able to keep up with the increasing demand without compromising on passenger safety? Is the avionics industry developing even more dependable planes and better regulations for safer travel in the future?