We checked the traffic of more than 100 airports and compared it to pre-COVID volume. Here are the results. Find out which airports are impacted heavily and which airports were able to increase traffic volume — despite the pandemic.
Unfortunately, even 18 months after the outbreak of the Corona pandemic, the vast majority of airlines are still struggling to return to normal operations. However, we’ve analyzed more than 200 airlines and found ten lighthouse airlines that managed to operate more flights than pre-COVID.
After a devastating year for airlines in 2020, many carriers try to return to a normal level. We wanted to know the details and analyzed the traffic volume of 50 top global airlines. Therefore, we compared each airline’s number of flights in June 2021 to the traffic pre-COVID level in June 2019.
For almost every airline, 2020 has been the most devastating year in terms of financial results. So we wanted to know the details and analyzed the financial results of 15 of the world’s biggest airlines. Here are the results.
For most airlines, 2020 was the most devastating year with unbelievable losses. However, a few airlines managed to close the pandemic year with profits. Here are four airlines that made a profit in 2020 and how they achieved it!
On their path back to pre-COVID operations, airlines around the globe at dozens of touristic and leisure destinations to their schedules. Here’s why many airlines’ COVID recovery strategies focus on the “touristic strategy.”
Despite or just because of Corona, the airline industry is currently witnessing a startup boom. More than 90 airline startups are on the mark to commence operations in 2021. We took a look and presented the most promising.
Beginning of May, United Airlines announced to add more than 400 daily flights in July as another essential step to leave the pandemic behind. We take a closer look at United’s pandemic recovery process.
In May 2021, Europe’s airlines can slowly see the light at the end of the Covid-tunnel. First, however, the COVID’s third wave hit the continent hard and urged European airlines —at the peak— to ground almost 1,000 additional aircraft.
The Corona pandemic hit the aviation industry with a mighty clash and reshuffled it completely — at least temporarily. We take a closer look at airline and airport rankings and how traffic has changed.
After the first anniversary of COVID-19, we can say we are in one of the most anticipated phases of the process, the vaccination phase. Imagine the logistics pharmaceuticals, governments, and transportation companies have to arrange to guarantee the safe arrival of the doses to each of the countries worldwide. This is an example of how important it is that all parties align and work as a team.
CORONA is the dominating topic of the airline and aviation industry for many months now. Unprecedented, devastating, and destructive are just a few adjectives that describe the airline nation’s state at this moment. However, we want to take another perspective on CORONA and the airline industry with this blog post.
The global pandemic pretty much upended almost every industry and sector of modern society. And while the pandemic’s effect on the world is pretty substantial, it’s safe to say that airlines may face the fallout from this for years to come. Air travel will likely continue to be affected even as the world approaches a state of normalcy.
After asking people around the world, their perception and willingness to travel during Corona times, I wanted to see the perspective of people who have already taken the step and traveled during COVID-19 times. Therefore, I decided to interview four different persons who have traveled during Corona times to various destinations and consider multiple trip categories.
After my first experience traveling, I was inquisitive about people’s perception of traveling during COVID-19 times. Therefore, I decided to generate a COVID Travel Survey and distribute it to people from different nationalities. My main objective was to understand if the perception was similar or had significant variations depending on the participants’ regions.
Since the beginning of the Coronacrisis, airlines have been burning cash every day. And the longer the pandemic takes, the airlines are getting more creative when it comes to revenue sources. Here are six of the craziest ideas!
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on the global air industry. While it became evident that airlines would suffer a long-lasting impact, more and more airlines announced job cuts and layoffs as a necessary response to the crisis.
I read and heard so much about how different it is to fly during the time of COVID-19. Safety regulations, other processes, and additional restrictions are just a few examples. However, as an aviation lover, I was looking forward to my first flight after many months so very much. So here’s what I observed and all details you have to know when planning to fly!
COVID-19’s impact on the airline industry is devastating. The pandemic exposed the vulnerability of an industry based on globalization — business and leisure-wise. What does that mean for innovative and digital developments in the airline industry? We put together five predictions!
Almost every company is currently looking for cost reduction measures. And this isn’t surprising. COVID-19, like no other crisis before, forces many companies to reduce costs or completely rethink their business models.
It’s tough to have that standpoint right now — in a time where Corona is dominating the news. It’s tough. I’ve had so many discussions with companies from all industries across the world in recent months. And in each of the discussions stated my case very clearly. Moreover, I precisely explained why I’m genuinely convinced that KPIs are now more important than ever.
Every airline is currently looking for possibilities to reduce costs. And this isn’t surprising. COVID-19, like no other crisis before, forces airlines to rethink their entire business models.
Today my thoughts emerged from a recent experience I had during my first trip after the COVID-19 lockdown. Last week during my first rail travel, I wondered why are the safety requirements much stricter for air travel than for rail/ground travel.
Airlines have been working for years on how to become more environmentally friendly. In our blog post, ‘Why should airlines monitor sustainability KPIs’, we identify some of the central sustainability KPIs airlines should track to reduce the impact on the environment.