Asian carrier Malaysia Airlines has dropped its first class offering onboard its Airbus A350 and A380 aircraft, but will retain the premium product, instead selling it as a premium...
Maslen Aviation Consultancy has worked with our friends at CAPA – Centre for Aviation to produce a couple of special stories on The Blue Swan Daily platform for the...
Got the post-Christmas blues? We have the just the fix. Every year, airlines and airports around the world battle to deliver the most epic Christmas advert which reaches into...
Bamboo Airways brings forward launch as it aims to satisfy growing appetite for international air travel in Vietnam, but could overcapacity be a real threat?
Vietnamese start-up Bamboo Airways has taken delivery of its first aircraft and adjusted its planned launch date as it aims to take advantage of the growing demand for air...
We would like to take this opportunity to wish all our clients, family and friends best wishes for the festive season. It has been another busy year and we...
Brussels ‘no deal’ contingency may provide Brexit safety net, but doesn’t rule out future widespread aviation, travel and trade disruption
There have been reports that the UK Government has put thousands of soldiers, sailors and air crew on standby to tackle Brexit chaos, warnings to not book flights after...
Seeking European arrivals? Outbound market may see growth slowing in 2018, but the 2019 outlook is ‘positive’
While most eyes are on Asia, Europe remains a major outbound market and continues its steady growth despite recent geopolitical instability worldwide, which studies show doesn’t deter European travellers,...
As one of the most constrained areas in Europe, the London airports are always a challenge for airlines to gain access or increase operations. With five airports in the...
Profiting from parking – google data analysis provides interesting insights into UK airport parking trends
Car parking has for a long time been a major ancillary income stream for airports across the globe. Even with increasing environmental pressures to push travellers to public transport...
As the largest unaligned carrier in Africa, Royal Air Maroc (RAM) was always going to be a target for the global alliances, especially as its Mohammed V International Airport...
Air Malta looks at the Airbus A220 as it develops new strategy to provide links from the islands of the Mediterranean
Having completed a widespread business restructuring, Air Malta is now exploring a move to perhaps bring in a smaller fleet of sub 150-seater aircraft to complement its Airbus A320s...
Latest data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) paints a more positive performance for the industry in both the passenger and freight markets in Oct-2018. The impact of...
It’s a ‘shared’ economy when it comes to travel, but while companies are adopting ride sharing, room sharing is yet to go mainstream in business travel policies
Corporate travel policies are adapting to accommodate less traditional transportation and accommodation services. New research shows that services provided by the sharing economy have increased adoption rates for shared...
The traditional family holiday may have evolved over the years, but new UK research indicates multi-generational travel is still as popular as ever
The traditional family holiday may have evolved over the years, but new research indicates multi-generational travel is still as popular as ever. In a recent survey conducted by group...
After the sunshine in Seville last month things were a lot colder for our next adventure supporting CAPA – Centre for Aviation at its World Aviation Outlook Summit in...