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With the slowdown in travel and more tough times ahead, some local airlines, such as Malaysia Airlines and Firefly, are doing their part to protect the mental wellbeing of aviation workers.
A newly-launched platform showcases women who have made their mark in aviation, and encourages younger ones to be a part of the industry.
With Covid-19 on the rampage and ever more sly as travellers await an elusive silver bullet vaccine, Asia is on sale.
With the International Air Transport Association predicting that the aviation industry will lose US$84.3bil (RM359bil) due to the Covid-19 crisis, airline companies are finding new ways to make what little money they can.
Decades of economic progress in Ethiopia have been wiped out by the pandemic as African families and youth face extreme poverty.
There’s a bright future for high-end trips as more people are hiring private jets as an alternative to commercial flying.
A French airline has made promises to cut pollution as part of its state rescue package.
Space Perspective aims to carry a capsule of eight passengers at a time, dangling from a 200m-tall balloon 30km above Earth.
Frequent flying isn’t so much of a thing right now, but loyalty programmes are in many cases getting better as airlines fight to keep customers and generate sorely needed revenue after the coronavirus ransacked travel.
In-flight transmission of Covid-19 when you are in the cabin of an aircraft is unlikely, according to aviation experts. This, however, is assuming that all necessary health and safety precautions are put in place.