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News & insights on Aviation & Travel

News / Fixing of domestic airfares by Indian government: a mode to be replicated by other countries?

04-06-2020 / Aviation & Travel

Setting aside our aspersions on the manner in which domestic air travel was recommenced in India – by way of a tweet by the aviation minister catching the airlines unawares - the government’s decision to “control” the ticket prices, at least in the short term (3 months), is, I feel, a masterstroke.

Fixing of domestic airfares by Indian government: a mode to be replicated by other countries?

News / Update on the impact of the Coronavirus on the Aviation Industry

06-03-2020 / Aviation & Travel

Impact The COVID-19 outbreak has already had a severe impact on the aviation sector. “Air traffic has collapsed on key Asian routes and it is rippling throughout the air transport network globally, even between countries without major outbreaks of COVID-19.”[1] Flybe yesterday announced its collapse, in part it says due to the effect of coronavirus upon bookings. Airlines are experiencing a serious decline in demand: “one carrier has taken a 26% reduction in passenger numbers across its entire operation and a major carrier has reported booking to Italy collapsing to zero with customers demanding refunds. Many carriers are reporting 50% no-shows across several markets, future bookings are softening and carriers are reacting with flight cancellation, crew being given unpaid leave, freezing of pay increases and plans for aircraft to be grounded.”[2]

Update on the impact of the Coronavirus on the Aviation Industry

News / Qatar Diplomatic Crisis

04-06-2018 / Aviation & Travel, Commodities & Trade, Energy & Infrastructure, Insurance, Maritime

Qatar Sanctions: the Anniversary 5 June 2018 marks the one year anniversary of “sanctions” against Qatar introduced by UAE, KSA, Bahrain, Egypt and a number of other nations.

Qatar Diplomatic Crisis

News / Droning on: new drone regulation in the UAE

23-04-2018 / Aviation & Travel

Only a few years ago, many people had never seen or even heard of a drone. Today, in many major cities around the world, it would be an achievement to get through the week without seeing at least one. This is particularly true in Dubai. The UAE is striving to become a world leader in the use and development of drone technology: from the expectation that within the next few years taxi-drones will be operational within the city to the Drones for Good Awards launched by the office of H.H. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai to reward drone initiatives aimed at improving people’s lives.

Droning on: new drone regulation in the UAE

News / Is the global aviation industry prepared for GDPR?

05-04-2018 / Aviation & Travel

By the nature of its business, the aviation sector collects and has access to a huge amount of personal data. Airlines, airports and their service providers routinely hold and process passenger information, crew and employee details, customer lists and details of business contacts.

Is the global aviation industry prepared for GDPR?

News / Autonomous vehicles: are we there yet?

05-02-2018 / Aviation & Travel

The last quarter of 2017 heralded a new era of fully and semi-automated delivery vehicles, the most celebrated of which was the Tesla semi-truck; an all-electric semi-truck design that can run on batteries alone1. In the same period, Uber acquired Otto (a self-driving truck start up) and successfully delivered over 50,000 cans of Budweiser beer over a 120-mile journey in October in what was dubbed as the completion of the world’s first shipment by a self-driving truck2. Closer to Hong Kong, Jingdong, a Chinese e-commerce company, launched an unmanned light van, EV80, and began road testing in September3.

Autonomous vehicles: are we there yet?

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