Post-crisis periods are among history’s most productive eras and according to Professor Scott Galloway of New York University, we're going to see more new businesses started in the second half of 2021 than in any six month period in the last 30 or 40 years.
Established aviation companies have often found success collaborating with innovative startups and helping the new firms get their fresh ideas off the ground. It’s something the industry is likely to see more and more of over the coming years.
The aviation industry’s controversial CORSIA scheme began in earnest six months ago. To mark the occasion, the Satair Knowledge Hub spoke to a prominent supporter and critic of the scheme. In this article, we interview Michael Gill of IATA.
The aviation industry’s controversial CORSIA scheme began in earnest six months ago. To mark the occasion, the Satair Knowledge Hub spoke to both a prominent supporter and critic of the scheme. In this article, we interview Magdalena Heuwieser of Stay Grounded.
Boosted by a boom in online shopping, the demand for air cargo has returned to pre-pandemic levels. Record-high freight rates have many commercial airlines turning to cargo to help soften the blow of their lost passenger revenue.
Boeing has long been the market leader when it comes to cargo aircraft, but some industry analysts think that changes to the air cargo market and a rumoured new model from Airbus could shake up the picture.
High freight rates and steep drops in traffic have led many commercial airlines to swap out passengers for cargo and may tempt cargo carriers to update their ageing fleets. Is this just a passing trend or a long-term market change?