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Recent news mentions
BBC, August 30, 2023
We can avoid flight chaos in future, says air traffic boss
The flight chaos caused by a data processing glitch should not happen again, the head of National Air Traffic Services (Nats) has said.
Bloomberg Daybreak Asia, August 18, 2023
Video: Cirium Ascend Consultancy’s Joanna Lu on the impact of China lifting group travel ban to some major cities
The Financial Times, July 14, 2023
Britons look to southern Europe for cheaper summer holidays
Tourism groups say choice of destinations and growth of package deals reflect people’s keenness to maximise budgets
The Financial Times, July 12, 2023
Why airlines are hoping for a less chaotic summer than last
Carriers seek to avoid the chaos and disruption that marred travel last year
Bloomberg, July 4, 2023
Video: Ascend by Cirium’s Lu on Asia Aviation Outlook
Joanna Lu, head of consultancy for Asia at Ascend by Cirium, discusses her outlook for Asia’s travel sector in the second half of 2023. She speaks with Bloomberg’s Rishaad Salamat and Haidi Stroud-Watts on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”
Reuters, June 20, 2023
Global airlines grasp at the 100% recovery
Global airlines are setting drawn out timelines to a full recovery.
CNBC, June 8, 2023
What it takes to turn an old passenger plane into a cargo hauler
A boom in air cargo fueled record orders for old passenger planes to be converted into freighter aircraft.
The Washington Post, May 5, 2023
Air travel demand may fuel another record summer. Here’s what will be different.
Airlines are putting measures in place to avoid the disruptions that marred previous pandemic-era summers
The Wall Street Journal May 4, 2023
U.S. Allows Chinese Airlines to Increase Flights to 12 a Week
Passenger flights remain significantly restricted, as bilateral exchanges of people and information dwindle
The New York Times, April 10, 2023
China Has Reopened to Tourists. The Hard Part Is Getting There.
Despite loosened visa rules, the number of flights into China is still a small fraction of what it was before the pandemic, fueled partly by geopolitical tensions.
Reuters, April 6, 2023
Analysis: Easter travel warnings pile pressure on European airlines
European aviation is gearing up for Easter travel disruptions marked by strikes and cancellations, in a major test of the industry’s ability to prevent a repeat of last year’s summer holiday season chaos.
CNBC, March 24, 2023
India’s travel industry may not overtake China soon but there are still ‘massive’ opportunities
India’s airline industry may be on a strong growth trajectory — but don’t expect India’s outbound travel to overtake China’s soon, aviation analysts say.
DW, March 15, 2023
New plane orders take off in India’s aviation market
A series of record airplane orders is turning India into the aerospace industry’s hottest growth market. Air India is on a buying spree, likely to be followed by IndiGo, and it will make Airbus and Boeing even richer.
South China Morning Post, March 8, 2023
United Airlines reports strong demand for flights between Hong Kong and San Francisco but warns fully restoring passenger traffic will take time
Bloomberg, March 7, 2023
Video: Ascend by Cirium on Cathay Pacific’s Performance
Joanna Lu, Head of Consultancy Asia at Ascend by Cirium, gives her outlook for Cathay Pacific on “Bloomberg Markets Asia”. She speaks with Rishaad Salamat and Yvonne Man.
BBC, February 13, 2023
Heathrow sees busiest January since start of Covid
Heathrow Airport has recorded its busiest January since the start of the pandemic, with 5.4 million passengers travelling through it last month.
Bloomberg, January 20, 2023
China Air Travel Approaches Pre-Pandemic Levels for Holidays
Air travel in China has returned to January 2019 levels ahead of the important Lunar New Year holidays, according to aviation data provider Cirium.
Reuters , January 16, 2023
Air finance summit tackles jet shortages amid China travel thaw
China’s abrupt decision to lift COVID-19 travel curbs could accelerate a global recovery in air traffic – but after widespread staff shortages, the airline industry is now struggling with a shortage of jets, financiers said on Monday.
CNN, January 4, 2023
The world’s most punctual airlines in 2022 were…
During what was a particularly chaotic 12 months for aviation, Azul Brazilian operated nearly 280,000 flights last year and 88.93% of them arrived within 15 minutes of its scheduled time at the gate – Cirium’s performance measure.
The Financial Times, October 21, 2022
Airlines hit by jet shortages in new challenge for aviation
Supply chain crunch disrupts deliveries as carriers are forced to reduce flights
Nikkei Asia, May 9, 2022
Air travel rebound has Mitsubishi Heavy betting big on jet engines
Aerospace makers around the world seize on recoveries in domestic travel
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