#Airlines

Jobs are being wiped out at airlines, and there’s worse to come

The aviation industry has suffered more than most as the pandemic destroys ticket sales and strips companies of cash

KUWAIT-HEALTH-VIRUS-ECONOMY malls

Kuwait enters second phase of easing Covid-19 restrictions, with malls, cafes and parks reopened

Public and private sectors can resume work with a maximum of 30 per cent capacity

Etihad Airways Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner

Etihad confirms additional flights to eight countries, including India, Egypt and Germany, starting July 16

Outbound passengers travelling to Abu Dhabi airport from other emirates within the UAE do not require to undergo a Covid-19 test to enter the emirate

Dubai Duty Free partially reopens airport retail area as airlines resume services

The airport retailers plans to reopen operations in Terminal 2 later this week

Kuwait Airways plans cutting about 1,500 expatriate jobs

The layoffs will involve employees across all departments

Airline debt could grow to $550bn by year-end – IATA

In total, governments have committed to $123bn in financial aid to airlines

Travel demand may only return to pre-pandemic levels by 2022 – Etihad CCO

Middle East airlines face estimated revenue losses of $24bn this year, according to IATA

What you need to know about how airline miles are changing

Introduced nearly 50 years ago, air miles are a way for the industry to make money

IATA calls on Saudi Arabia for support amid mounting virus concerns

According to IATA estimates, revenues generated by airlines in the Saudi market will fall by $7.2bn in 2020

How coronavirus will forever change airlines and the way we fly

In a matter of months, the coronavirus reset the clock on a decades-long aviation boom that’s been one of the great cultural and economic phenomena of the postwar world

Etihad announces new passenger flights from Abu Dhabi

The new destinations include Brussels, Dublin, London (Heathrow), Tokyo (Narita) and Zurich

Revealed: Top 10 highest earning airline routes

Dubai airline Emirates’ service to London Heathrow features high on the list

Middle East airlines rank top for passenger traffic growth in 2015

The share of international traffic carried by ME airlines hit 14.2 per cent