Finnair’s technical operations implemented the A330 modifications and removed the seats in fewer than two days.
SAS has introduced a number of safeguards to reduce the risk of spreading the coronavirus as passengers return to the skies. Starting from 18 May …
Finnair introduces new measures on board and at the airport to protect the health of its customers
With 80% of its fleet grounded, Etihad Airways has decided to put on an ambitious aircraft maintenance program which includes full refurbishment of interiors, sanitising and renewing cabins.
With 200 people working per shift, 24/7, the airline has already replaced more than 10,000 seat covers, shampooed carpets onboard and thoroughly cleaned panels and surfaces.
March traffic figures published by the airline show a steep decline, of 61.9% in RPKs (revenue passenger kilometres), compared to March 2019, and an average load factor of 48.6%.
Finnair will cut capacity by 90%, starting from 1 April and keep critical air connections for Finland, limited connections to Europe, and one remaining intercontinental route to Japan. The airline cites the “severe impact on demand for air travel” resulting from the coronavirus pandemic.
The airline has designed a structure with six fare bundles, four for economy class and two for Business class. Customers can identify them by fares bundles in sizes XS, S, M, L, XL and XXL.
“It is important that there are visible female role models to inspire future generations,” Tessa Naran, First Officer, Norwegian
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has announced that it is pulling a new ad entitled “What Is Truly Scandinavian” following negative backlash on the message of the …