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What we lost in 2020 – new reports highlight the economic significance of European city tourism and meetings industry
While 2020 may be forgettable, the important role of city tourism and the meetings industry shouldn’t be lost in a year of unprecedented challenges. The
An impending capacity crunch in airport and aerospace infrastructure from the rapid rise in global air transport may have been averted – or at least
This year The Blue Swan Daily will feature some of the leading airlines, airports and country markets for air travel. Here, using the extensive profile insights available
Coronavirus: Italy is on lockdown, other parts of Europe will follow, and global markets are in crisis – it is hard to be optimistic, but there are actually a few positives
“The only certainty, is uncertainty.” A phrase that was used in the United Kingdom to describe the Brexit process, but now as equally relevant for
Aerolinee Siciliane is to launch operations in summer 2020, but is a Sicilian LCC simply ambitious or just plainly unrealistic?
With the fate of Alitalia hanging in the balance in 2020 and Air Italy recently announcing it is entering liquidation, it may be just the
Is the evolution of ‘low-cost long-haul’ shifting in emphasis from secondary level airports at one or both ends of the route to operations between primary airports?
Most eyes have been on Norwegian Air to prove the sustainability of the low cost long haul business model, at least since the Boeing 737
Milan’s largest airport is to develop new infrastructure, but what facilities do its airlines really want?
Italian airport operator SEA SpA reports it plans to redevelop terminals 1 and 2 as well as develop cargo infrastructure at Milan’s Malpensa airport during