With its year-round fine weather, excellent beaches and inexpensive hotels and restaurants, Tunisia is a natural alternative for Europeans eager to enjoy a holiday on the Mediterranean without paying Southern Europe prices. Tunisair capitalizes on that market, particularly in the summer months when it operates its aircraft as much as 16 hr. per day on mostly short- and intermediate-haul flights into Europe.
The European branch of the Airports Council International (ACI Europe) has called for an end to the bickering between airports and airlines about airport charges, and proposed a more innovative approach to airport regulation....More
Airlines fell well short of the industry’s goal of achieving 20% penetration of the e-air waybill (e-AWB) in 2013 as cargo struggles to match the passenger side of the business in going “paperless.”...More
The Civil Air Navigation Services Organization (CANSO) has published a report giving a status update on a range of commitments it made to air transport industry partners following the inaugural World ATM Congress in March last year....More